Now I am worried Parky. If you can't even come up with your usual homophobic tyraid, is Jerrylogic really dead? I'd miss it.
So tell us, now that we are in our third month of the famous "dormancy" stage of the great plan, what exactly are the Puppet Masters waiting for? Does your unique insight allow for an ETA of the big announcement, even in terms of weeks or months?
Just a couple questions your profound ignorance can't answer.
Glum, you are confused again. You were the one who told us all that IPCI's deals with Par weren't lucrative. ie. low margin deals. Refer to your post of April 2nd amongst many others. When I was talking about IPCI's technology I was specifically talking about the generic pills that they have partnered with Par vs. the thin film technology that IGXT has partnered with Par..
He's a union electrican from NJ with a brain of a five year old:) He's a wannaabe basher that hasn't quite grasped the technique yet. Mr.S, Pastry and I all got banned from IHUB about the same time. They didn't quite like our blunt style...lol! We were off topic too much. I'm 65 years old and plan on saying what I think and don't care what someone else thinks....and that's my story. GLTA LONGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
For some reason it will not let me post the balance of the post I was quoting. I will try tomorrow for your educational sake, MBB.
This one was particularly bad because the other ones seemed like they had a plan. In this one, they act like they don't know what is going to happen. If they don't know what is going on, who knows what is going on? Furthermore, it seems like we all lost shareholder value with the big move from Jerry to Kurt and it doesn't seem like it was worth it. If you take over for a CEO, wouldn't you try your best to prove that it was a good move to hire you? This ship is taking on water and does anyone see anything that can stop this leak? I don't see anything right now. I don't see improvements made at the company. I'm very concerned at this point.
And there have been many reputable engineers who have discounted the truthers:
I find Professor Jones' thesis that planted explosives (rather than fire from the planes) caused the collapse of the Towers, very unreliable.
D. Allan Firmage
Professor Emeritus, Civil Engineering, BYU
"I think without exception, the structural engineering professors in our department are not in agreement with the claims made by Jones in his paper, and they don't think there is accuracy and validity to these claims" "The university is aware that Professor Steven Jones's hypotheses and interpretations of evidence regarding the collapse of World Trade Center buildings are being questioned by a number of scholars and practitioners, including many of BYU's own faculty members. Professor Jones's department and college administrators are not convinced that his analyses and hypotheses have been submitted to relevant scientific venues that would ensure rigorous technical peer review." - A. Woodruff Miller, Department Chair, BYU department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
"The structural engineering faculty in the Fulton College of Engineering and Technology do not support the hypotheses of Professor Jones." - The College of Engineering and Technology department
It may ccme from the Trial hospital.. somebody around these people on trial . seeing results... Same that NVIV many doctors have bought the stock base on what they have seen...long term investment.. stock is not moving but in a range...
Sentiment: Strong Sell
I read somewhere Appalooser had 15 million shares..David Tepper...All this buying and we are still trading around 2.50 which is .07cents before 1-30 split.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Hammer, I don't know where you got your data from, but it is short. I think maybe you have listed hospitals/clinics that have a Tomo but have not taken into account multiple systems. IE; honk Kong has 3 listed which is the number of hospitals but one has 3 systems bringing the total to 5. Also, last may accuray announced the 500th Tomo install. This is far different from the 373 you list.
That's what investing is all about. Here you have a company's product/service/assets that for many quarters has under produced. Thus, price is a palsy $5 shr, and if you want to buy, you want to buy low. The band is like at $5 maybe it can go down to $4 (-20%), but recently was like $10 (+100%). Thus, great risk to reward odds there. As a long term investor, do you think over time that the new owner/CEO/Management has what it takes to improve the company from its current state?
Facts are, 1 top competitor AT&T was just booted from the Dow, and it's CEO is under serious investigations. Think some of their customers/stock holders are looking to switch? Verizon to me is too expensive compared to TMUS & S, so why pay VZ more $? Think their folks maybe want to pay less for virtually the same thing? It's only TMUS & S left basically, and so seems like a good time after losing all those customers, that S can now start to reel them back and pick up thousands. Son/Softbank is in this thing for hundreds of millions at around $7/shr, CEO now in for $25m of his own, other insiders buying wads too now. Stock is clearly steadily rising of late.
You are right. They do need to do a better job, and all indication is that ... they are!