For those that said Armistice would sell, they've increased their stake to 4.4 million or 6.6% of the company.
Went after the board this time. Strictly focused on sale now....
Armistice is committed to affecting change at Spectrum. We encourage fellow shareholders to make their voices heard. We will not hesitate to nominate qualified directors to the SPPI board. And we are evaluating all
options to ensure our requests are met.
For the avoidance of doubt, Armistice does not support a potential spin-off of the Company's development stage assets. Nor do we support the Company's commercial infrastructure being dismantled. We are steadfast in our belief that the Company needs to be sold immediately.
Hope the limited posting is just due to the flat performance of the stock over the past year or so. I am also looking in from the GSAT board, to explore this company. Globalstar must have had very good reasons for choosing this Yippy product. The GSAT alliance could be great for Yippy while being necessary for GSAT. I am not yet ready to buy in here. Best to "Yipsters".
I like what you guys are saying. I'm hoping 2Q results will get us over $2 .
What's your opinion on that?
I would say it's not the 'normal shorty'. When we had that million shares short for a year (a few years back) the main shorting came from the non(daily) reporting exchanges. So if the non reporting exchanges are shorting I would tend to believe there is loose connection with the Russell. Just an opinion.
Wobbly_klootzak, if you actually did any DD at all you would find out that this is what Leroy Richie did as well, exercise options granted before 2005. One thing I can compliment on is you are very good at distorting the facts to try and make DGLY look bad.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
If you take care of the dollars, the pennies will take care of themselves.
We let go the high value criminals and try to catch the petty ones.
We try to kill the cockroaches while cancer is spreading.
I believe the high value criminals are creating more cockroaches.
Harry has posted Charts of the Day video on SRNE at TheTechTrader site noting: Sorrento Therapeutics, Inc. (SRNE), after a pop and pullback, it formed a nice, little falling wedge and tried to pop again, and then pulled back to retest. It’s right on the moving average and price support. On Tuesday, it had a big reversal, going from 12.80 to 13.80, and closing just 2 cents off the high, up 48 cents to 13.78, or 3.6%, on 284,800 shares traded. It wasn’t huge, but we’ll see if it gets a follow-through. It’s four waves up. Look for one big wave to take it into the high teens.
pjkdenver | JUNE 2, 2015
Tires, tires, tires. It seems like there is very little that can go wrong with a Tesla when compared with an ICE car. So, the tires actually become the Achilles heel on the car. Well, my Achilles Heel combined with my Murphy's law and and I've got more flat tires on this car in two years than I've had in 25 years of driving other cars.
You would think that Tesla would be better about servicing tire issues, but they won't fix a flat, and when I need to replace all four tires, they never have the tires I need in stock.
I'm wondering if others have had the same issue. Perhaps I'm just complaining, and also hoping that Tesla will get better about servicing owners' tire needs.
Just like last week; API reports a build then EIA reports a reduction in another day or two. Rally not wrong just manipulated. But this will probably pull oil down somewhat giving us another buying opportunity.