drod4ball: no one could be that big a fool; I'm going with the employee of the company option. Been a long while since I last posted. Sold out a long time ago of both these poc, and, like everyone else, lost my shirt. Hope things are going well for you.
Yes, Rose, RP and I are having croissants and espressos as I type. Stop in for a bite and a sip.
You are invited too, alibi4sail. Just let me know so I can get some fresh beans ground.
In "investor" terms, it's called propping up the price of a tanking stock in an effort to lure more fools to buy.
Sure. Thank makes complete sense. Please explain in detail why RP "propped up the price". Please explain why he would like to lose more money by buying more shares. Is he propping up the price to make himself feel better for short term psychological benefit? yes, that MUST be it.
To hell with the truth! As the history of the world proves, the truth has no bearing on anything. It's irrelevant and immaterial, as the lawyers say. The lie of a pipe dream is what gives life to the whole misbegotten mad lot of us, drunk or sober.
EUGENE O'NEILL, The Iceman Cometh
RP has become majority shareholder. In other words whatever he decides to do with the company is his decision. This thing smells of an eventual SPAC through MAC Andrew Forbes maybe with Trans Tech's borrowed R&D dept. thrown in. PIP has been running on air and without Siga's payments soon will be added to the Caliphate's casualty list.
With Putin entertaining both Kim Jong & the Ayatollah the DoD is seriously looking to procure more weapon antivirals as has Israel, I'm sure. A private IPO would be more in keeping with SIGA's on going business. RP could potentially make billions off such a scenario. He has never been one to reward loyalty to shareholders. Just look at Revlon. A $40 stock from $500 with 8 reverse splits over 2 decades on a profitable product line. You can't make this stuff up.
Just part of the 1%ers taking their 90%