Nope. Old chart had omidria included in it. This updated chart has 721 all the way through ph2 and no mention of fargon. Updated very recently.
looks to be related to oms103:
"rthroscopic irrigation solution and method for peripheral vasoconstriction and inhibition of pain and inflammation
A method and solution for perioperatively inhibiting a variety of pain and inflammation processes during arthroscopic procedures. The solution preferably includes a vasoconstrictor that demonstrates substantial agonist activity at alpha adrenergic receptors and that is selected for peripheral (local) vasoconstriction and one or more additional pain and inflammation inhibitory agents at dilute concentration in a physiologic carrier, such as saline or lactated Ringer's solution. The solution is applied by continuous irrigation of a wound during a surgical procedure for peripheral vasoconstriction and inhibition of pain and/or inflammation while avoiding undesirable side effects associated with systemic application of larger doses of the agents. "
Big deal...I'm more concerned that there is a big shortage of srock to short. Schwab pays to borrow your shares. Already over 1 in 4 shares are short. Either we go to zero or to the moon but clamoring to short more tells me something leaked to somebody. My luck...not good
I actually got a call this morning from Schwab asking me to call them about my holding in OMER. I called back with angst but they simply wanted to borrow my long shares for others to short! Just sayung
it is a nonevent, same as last year check the 1/16/2015 filing.
Not saying he will not buy as last year it would of been over 10% an this year it is under 10% ownership of the company. We have to wait and see what he does. I do not want to lookup the tax code on owning 10%+ of a company (if there is a difference in reporting)
Well almost not buying them... 98 cents a share! I keep thinking about what Greg said a few months back. He'd rather be a jack of all trades rather than a master of one, referring to Omidria. I sure hope Omidria pleases his master!
The filing is simply reporting the stock options he received as of12/31 and must be exercised within 60 days. The 9.7% holding includes these 2.3 million share options. He ain't buying them!
lately news has come out with the stock option purchases. He bought 100k shares (nice) day before the news about Hawaii. He got taxed by the tax man for the news on 8/18 (12k shares). His option price on 8/18 was 0.98 and up to the market price is taxed as ordinary income (8/18 721 news and the market price was between 20-30). So on the 100k shares he purchased on 1/14 the market price was around 9-10 so he is taxed ordinary income up to 10 buck. Changes from 10 up or down is capital gain or loss. So on the 12k he bought at 20-30 and the stock is now 10 is a capital loss. But it is a problem we would all love to have owning as many shares as he does