you got a lot of time on your hands, are you long or short or both?
My wife and I went into a Sephora store to resupply with Algenist products. We left with product worth 26 shares of the SZYM stock. There was a whole new range of products introduced since the last visit. The sales woman said she sent her clients directly to Algenist for its eye cream as the number one hydrating and repairing product in the store.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
How do you know? Unlike you I don't broadcast my holdings...or lack of...you said you don't have any shares...so why are you here? You are a liar and a thief...you should be locked up
i dont know, but i don't believe death is on that list of info.
i always thought when the side effects in a trial were minimal (where the info wouldnt tip off in which group patients belonged to) would be sent but when the effects are seroius like death it was not sent because it might allow the sponor to identify what arm/group patients belonged to and might create a bias opinion and the test would no longer be completely blind.
does that sound crazy? help me out.
Most the side effects that are bothersome are less than 1% and even then aren't considered serious life threatening reactions. Implanon is a sub dermal device in use so these delivery systems aren't foreign or unheard or. Place your bets boys! I knew this would go down today but no way did I dream this much! Bought 80K shares at 1.21. I consider those to be never expiring options. Risk vs reward is very favorable in this situation, unless of course you took a beating today. In that case I'd either average down or pray for the best.
Big gains a coming! I can hear the cash registers, cha Ching cha Ching, with this one...
It is a loosing for money and time, and time is a big waisting if you think about the salary
Sentiment: Strong Buy
President Barack Obama issued a statement today, the 10th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, that praised U.S. troops but did not mention President Bush’s decision to invade Iraq in 2003, and White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, after being pressured by a reporter, only said there was a “causal relationship” between Bush’s decision to invade and Saddam’s ouster (what Fing liars).
As a U.S. senator from Illinois and as a presidential candidate, Barack Obama opposed the Iraq war launched by President George W. Bush on Mar. 19, 2003. In today’s statement, President Obama said, “As we mark the 10th anniversary of the beginning of the Iraq war, Michelle and I join our fellow Americans in paying tribute to all who served and sacrificed in one of our nation’s longest wars (Dems promised to defund 6 years ago but Apesht is still in Iraq and Afghanistan).”
That's virtually impossible to happen based on their current numbers. You have to read the rules to understand that what you are saying is beyond reality. They have to have an open price of $4, or $2 in some cases. Never mind the open price, they lack in other major areas. See for yourself.
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Each company must have a minimum of 1,250,000 publicly-traded shares upon listing, excluding those held by officers, directors or any beneficial owners of more then 10% of the company. In addition, the regular bid price at time of listing must be $4, and there must be at least three market makers for the stock. However, a company may qualify under a closing price alternative of $3 or $2 if the company meets varying reequirements. Each listing firm is also required to follow Nasdaq corporate governance rules 4350, 4351 and 4360. Companies must also have at least 450 round lot (100 shares) shareholders, 2,200 total shareholders, or 550 total shareholders with 1.1 million average trading volume over the past 12 months.
In addition to these requirements, companies must meet all of the criteria under at least one of the following standards.
Listing Standard No. 1
The company must have aggregate pre-tax earnings in the prior three years of at least $11 million, in the prior two years at least $2.2 million, and no one year in the prior three years can have a net loss.
Listing Standard No. 2
The company must have a minimum aggregate cash flow of at least $27.5 million for the past three fiscal years, with no negative cash flow in any of those three years. In addition, its average market capitalization over the prior 12 months must be at least $550 million, and revenues in the previous fiscal year must be $110 million, minimum.
Listing Standard No. 3
Companies can be removed from the cash flow requirement of Standard No. 2 if the average market capitalization over the past 12 months is at least $850 million, and revenues over the prior fiscal year are at least $90 million.
A company has three ways to get listed on the Nasdaq, depending on the underlying fundamentals of the company. If a company does not meet certain criteria, such as the operating income minimum, it has to make it up with larger minimum amounts in another area like revenue. This helps to improve the quality of companies listed on the exchange.
Wayne takes the bait and reproduces all my latest posts showing the fallacy in his math and predictions and that bumps it to the top where the board can see his obsession with changing other's posts to fit his "facts" and his "at least 25 percent per week" that nets him $109M per year. Spin away, Wayne. Archives are a #$%$.
BTW, who wants an MBA from a jock school?
Important point: "Is it anticipated that any significant change in results of operations from the corresponding period for the last fiscal year will be reflected by the earnings statements to be included in the subject report or portion there."
I haven't heard anything, but I'll offer two realistic options. The first one is obviously news about the lawsuit or the selling of the West texas acerage tied to the lawsuit. They have a data room open and people are kicking the tires. I don't see how they sell it without first ending the lawsuit unless the buyer is actually chesapeake but maybe there is no linkage there. The second one is more interesting to me. It is news leaking out about the results of the second well in the mid-continent play. CEO was very positive about this well on conference call and it had just started flowing. From the transcript "Just as important, I want to repeat that we're very encouraged by the early results of the second Mid-Continent well. We've seen oil production from the first day of flowback and are currently producing at rates that easily exceed our unrisked IP projections of 400 barrels of oil per day". Also they have reported that drilling and completing these mid-continent wells costs around 4.6 million. That is pretty cheap - break even is about 140 barrels a day for the first year @ 90 dollar oil. Might be very profitable for GST if it is a repeatable event. .