it has not yet declared bankruptcy. As Judas Sheep Maxdad bleets, "if bankruptcy was the preferred solution, it would have happened by now." As the long pumpers croon, since AFFY has not yet filed, it is going to be bought out at anywhere from $6 to $25 per share. Great logic. AFFY's former CEO and current BOD Chairman, John Orwin, just sold his 16,344 AFFY shares for $1.02 per share. I guess Orwin didn't read Maxdad's, jagan's and savvymonkey's posts about AFFY's fantastic future and generous returns to shareholders with the never ending, always increasing royalties trust payment stream or, alternatively, the grand buyout by either Takeda, or Amgen, or Roche, or Baxter, or whoever the most astute buyer du jour happens to be.
Welcome back, Online Burger Flipper Boy... Did you have a nice vacation from your "paid basher/stock market shill" duties? This place just isn't the same without you and your total nonsense message posts.
So far maxdad has made you look stupid so keep bashing him....He has and will always have more respect than you. Every call you have made has been wrong so far and if you do get one right (which I doubt ) he will still be more respected than you so keep bashing.......You sound jealous as hell.....
Judas Sheep Maxdad has already led several flocks to financial shearing, skinning, gutting and butchering. He is forming another flock to take to the AFFY financial slaughter house. I guess to profits I have made on my $2 put contracts make me look pretty stupid when Maxdad himself admitted in a prior post that his average cost is $1.24. The only call I have made is an AFFY predicted BK in October. It could come sooner. It could come later. But it will come. Just do not buy and hold for the "big payoff" that will never come to AFFY bagholders.