The worst can happen to anyone on the market, is not perceiving when the environment changed, the reality changed. Pay attention to that!
What for you is the biggest downside for Cempra? For me it is another round of financing and a bit on the slow side for their trial enrollments. These are things I believe a longterm holder can weather. I struggle to honestly find something wrong with Cempra and perhaps others can chime in for what their concers are.
Make no mistake, i am very long cempra. I think we are on the verge of a blockbuster drug with not much risk. I see no insider selling, i see a drug that will put another multibillion dollar drug out of business because doctors won't be caught dead giving their patients an inferior product, i see a suspension formula for pediatrics, i see SAFETY- as this drug has been given to thousands and no reports of anything going awry. I see a mangement team that knows antibiotics since the 60s and others who have helped gilead grow to what hey are today, i see numerous other potential cures for diseases it hasnt been tested fully for, i see this actually helping folks, and to top it all off, i see a market price that is extremely favorable for upside potential, dare i say $200/sh plus.
So i ask again other longs, what honestly concerns you?
Sentiment: Strong Buy
This should have read...."the London School of Economics" where Soros and Mick Jagger actually had one course together in same class room...some amazing facts always surface. Wonder if Ray will ever surface to salute his SH?
Sentiment: Strong Sell
According to GOVX charts this can be done at least 3 or 4 times a year.
Buy 6,200 shares $1,116 at $.18 sell them for at $1,240 for $.20 ($.02 gain).
$240 for the sale pays for 2 “limit and all or none” trades (1 in and 1 out). Market orders will most likely cost extra trades about $12 each costing about $120 worth of stock.
The left over 5000 shares (costing $900) sold at $.20 makes the $1000 and bang a fast $100 is made.
This is so exciting it induces vomiting!
Sentiment: Strong Sell
right up your alley wilder. wait until share price settles down before investing. I do not intend have any money in this company nor do I currently have any intention of investing in Blueprint.
Borrowers have leverage over their lenders when lenders are afraid, or unwilling to foreclose. Example of when lenders are unwilling to foreclose......when they already hold too much "other real estate owned" an asset category that bank lenders generally hate. Example of when the lender is afraid.......when there are unknown factors, like contaminated soil that will cost and indeterminate amount of money to clean up.
The properties we are talking about are high occupancy multi family properties durning a stable economic backdrop. Why do you think IRT is able to borrow long term low fixed rate against these properties? They are perceived as having very predictable cash flow that will easily repay the loans.
Joel, you are right, I am too patient.
?????? What's your point???? Most light aircraft use next to nothing fuel wise.
Dershowitz: "This is a very sad day for justice. Today had nothing to do with justice; today was crowd control. Everything was motivated by a threat of riots and a desire to prevent riots. The mayor and the state attorney have made it virtually impossible for the defendants to get a fair trial: they have been presumed guilty. Today was crowd control, and there is an incompatibility between crowd control and justice."
"There is no plausible, hypothetical, conceivable case for murder under the facts as we now know them. This is a show trial. This is designed to please the crowd."
"They have invited a mess. What they did is barter short term results today for long term results in the future. My prediction: I think they've overplayed their hand. I think it's unlikely that they'll get ANY convictions in this case as a result of this, and if they do there's a good possibility that it will be reversed on appeal, and we'll just postpone the riots for months ahead. They have mortgaged the future for the present."
Uhh, nothing I would like more. Meet at your studio?? You're an idiot picture-taker who needs his glasses removed and his pic-taking behind kicked. Have a nice day ya moron. Things may yet happen. Illinois not that far.....see ya soon you meathead!! Available for prom pics dips quay?? LOL!!
Let me remind everyone that a continuation does NOT equal trial failure! It simply means that the trial continues on as planned in the original protocol/design of the study. It's also important to note that the majority of clinical trials (in Phase 3) do not stop early due to the high bar needed to do so. I believe there's a good chance that the trial will stop early, but if it doesn't, that does not mean the drug failed. The drug will ONLY fail if it does not hit its primary endpoint after the 444th event (at the conclusion of the trial).... and the statistical bar needed for approval is much lower than it was at the first or second interim analysis.
LOSER ...I sold AT 103.50...lol. ALREADY MADE ton OF MONEY TRADING OIL...LOL. STAY COOL MORON...LOL
Sentiment: Strong Sell
So sick of being attacked, I have done the same to my attackers. I am equally sick of seeing well meaning people who ask good questions insulted and labeled bashers. Not everyone who is unhappy with LATF and demonstrates that is a short or a basher. I realize I will be insulted for saying this. So maybe give sincere longs who have questions a break, and let the shorts have a say too. I think you'll find that we have very few shorts here...mostly longs tired of being assailed, and sick of this stock, yet unwilling to take a loss. Over and out.
(Recasts; adds analyst comment, national total, Ford and Honda sales). TORONTO May 1 (Reuters) - General Motors Co jumped to the top of the Canadian sales rankings for April as it sold 15 percent more cars and trucks than a year earlier, the company ...
Image you owned a piece of Spindletop Hill on January 10th, 1901.
It was the first oil gusher of the Texas oil boom (pictured to the right at the very moment it changed history), and it set off an industry that would end up making trillions off the explosive demand for gasoline in the early 20th century.
Early investors became the new ruling class, with family dynasties continuing on through today.
But that was then... Today, there's a new energy revolution about to start. In fact, this industry's first gusher has already blown.
However, this time around, the energy source won't just power cars. It will power just about every portable device that uses electricity or stores power from energy sources like solar panels or wind turbines.
That includes everything from your cell phone all the way up to the biggest ocean-going vessels in existence.
It's the universal fuel of the 21st century, and the U.S. government has already deemed it so important that it's been categorized as a "strategic metal" by the Pentagon and the output figures of the only major producer in the U.S. today have been classified as a "state secret."
Demand for this amazing metal has been surging in recent years right along with demand for wireless devices. Every single rechargeable battery out there absolutely needs this element, the same way gasoline needs crude oil.
There is no question. That is what occurred, And it annoys me as well. But in the big picture view it doesn't matter. I've said it before, and I'll say it again. The shareholders who bought high and/or were wiped out, they got screwed. And that annoys the h-ll out of me. But as for the future, it doesn't matter.