Perhaps the best thing the company can do at this point is a 3 for 2 stock split. We could quickly see a $20 price on the new shares and simultaneously create some availability. A split could have the added benefit of reducing dilution should the company go back to the well, which they should do soon. Another large cash infusion ABOVE current price levels would close the door on cash requirements giving the company better options whatever road they take to product development. Thoughts?
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Are you one of the majority that view ET and Inside Edition as the evening news?....Wake up America, before it is too late.....
logan Obama and the greenies don't want to admit what you just said, but it is the truth. Without the shale oil boom, we'd probably have hunger lines at soup kitchens, much more of them anyway.
the other guy on this msg, being a far lefty Obama supporter, won't even acknowledge there's been an oil boom.. he thinks it's an NGL boom, even though NGL is a biproduct of oil that 30% of our entire resource of it is just flared off, lol..
I don't know why he wouldn't want us to build pipelines to export that 30% rather than just burn it off in the air, but hey, he's gotta stand by his principals that Obama can do no wrong, so therefore the only reason we're not exporting it is it would hinder the economic recovery... lol... it has nothing to do with gov policies, even though they ban the exporting of NGL and routinely deny pipeline construction permits.
I live in Houston and down here, you would have no idea there's anything wrong with our economy. Business is booming! And it's all oil.. all oil!
I work for a construction company and you can't even find mid and low level employees right now.. they're all working.. it's crazy down here, crazy good.. and now Perry's started doing commercials in Cali and NY and other major metropolitan areas advertising moving to TX. We will probably be a blue state in the not too distant future as a result of this.. and those guys all live in denial that the reason they're moving to Houston, and Houston seems immune to the economic state of the states, is oil.. it will be interesting to watch the next 20 years of Texas politics move from a Republican 'free market' one to the Dems nanny state. It is happening.. I can see it having lived here all my life.
ok Sorry I asked a stupid question but I was looking for a quick answer :) .. Anyways, I just learned quickly about their new business lines. Can they redo the IBM turn around focusing on services?
Sounds a fair assessment on the face of it yet also doesn't make sense...is there any benefit to surviving a few quarters longer? would Opnext throw away what they have..for less? would they put a new CEO in place with benefits if they were doomed and couldn't do a thing?..seems I could be helping out people here that wouldn't really help me..
Andrew, I got out with the last running of the bulls, but took a small ish position when it "drooped".and will again buy in when it "redroops", if it does.................Quit laying off the condescending #$%$, you object to any and everybody here, giving nicknames and all the grade school antics of a 10 year old.Your antics will not decide market direction of this issue, and folks will play the game, whether you rant, or not.. Your antics might tend to alter the decisions of many visitors here as well, That's a viewpoint, not condescending,but take it anyway you want, In my opinion your not doing this issue one bit of good, but it's your right to do it. What will do this issue a little good might be a modicum of upside news, which may be coming soon if they can keep their act together.Am well aware of stockholder value, and that was my point when posting to you, it's not a circus Andy, try to behave. I know full well whats going on with Sampson,and do not need tutorials from you, as I may know more than you realize about this issue.,but do not choose to spend hours putting it to print..Give people here a little credit,.............Last word.............Your antics aren't going to alter market perception......1 half penny. So just let the freemarket function, and enjoy the games..........Luck tro
Good reason for anyone active sexually to be vaccinated against HPV. (guardicil or cervarix) and great reason to buy Celldex, too. Since HPV induced throat cancer takes a long time to show up, there are a large number of unvaccinated people that have been exposed and are at risk of getting throat cancer down the road. Buy more Celldex.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
In summary/paraphrase....The physicians surveyed in March were twice as likely to prescribe Afrezza than the August survey results based on the biggest concernes of 1. Failure of Exubera and 2. no Long Term data for safety. My thoughts 1. Exubera failed in years ago, not in March. 2. No recently FDA approved drug has the type of long term safety data they are inferrring.... how many Phase 1 & 2 trial patients have lung cancer? Exactly.... this article is really bothering me the way it was handled. 75 physicians were surveyed and displayed concerns about coughing and failure of Exubera....on face value that is what anyone is concerned about. Lets have a professional sales rep address the physciains and then collect survey data rather Steve Byrnes.
We have nothing that generates cash. We have no products awaiting approval.
We are years away from meaningful revenue.