Former Dendreon CEO Mitch Gold has partnered with biotechnology stock researcher David Miller to create a new Seattle-based investment firm called Alpine BioVentures.
The fund, which was started earlier this year, plans to invest in both public and private companies which are developing “significant innovations in healthcare technology which meaningfully improve the lives of patients.”
Gold left the CEO post at Dendreon in February 2012, resigning after nine years on the job. That followed a series of layoffs and disappointments around the company’s prostate cancer drug, Provenge. Seattle-based Dendreon now has a market value of $457 million, trading at $2.89. In 2010, the stock topped $50 per share.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Is Cord Blood America filing a lawsuit against the Naked Short Sellers?
It’s about time they did something to help save the company!!!!
how many years' worth of dividends would you lose? And how does that compare with the number of years' worth of dividends that you lost when you sold your ARR?
ALSO, what was it like working with Ed Marinaro?
Dang will move up September 15 th on further. This is the date the JP manipullators need to wait to establish a new basis. Yes I missed the high and regret I was not making money with them. The real guestion for me is does the Internet rating companies rate cell phone traffic? If anyone knows please help me. Dang is now rated in china at 90 on Alexa but I do not think that includes cell phone traffic which is 40% of their busness. If anyone knows let me know. In closing I am very impressed with Peggy's desire to please customers. Most success is derived from costamer satisfaction. Holding over 100k shares and would like to hear from real investors. At 0.60 sales to value ratio this is still a value play.
better to look at 1 year period right now we are working on the handle, IE Consolidation , we can get up to 19 with fundamental help and if the stock market goes BULLISH which is possible but not without risks, SYRIA,Tapering,,Employment,energy prices,sequestration,and on and on
I agree and that is why I posted my list below and comments. I am also a longer term investor and thus don't sweat the day to day action. Yesterday and today were long overdue.........but also somewhat spurred by how the Market Makers are trading out shares..........and there had to be funds/institutions buying today outside of the MM's.
But, with the big move and such, expect volatility going forward again. But, I am with Oppenheimer in that we will be at $12 within a year and will also have collected aother nice dividend check.
But, the traders need to be watching the options action. There was a lot of action on the $8 calls for October and December.
ok chewy...you win...we really believe you and will now sell all of our shares. Thanks for stopping by to enlighten us...you freaking basher lunatic!
But Viet Nam was started under jfk who didn't provide protection to Diệm who in turn was assassinated. Then lbj kept sending troops to die, I believe it was under nixon that war ended.
Hey, which presidents sent troop to Korea & WW1?
Why do you have the artistic director of the New Mexico Gay Man's Chorus as a connection?
What did you have to do to get the solo gig?
P.S. I hope his willy didn't taste like poo.