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Affymax, Inc. (AFFY) Message Board

  • jagan1961 jagan1961 Aug 30, 2013 6:25 PM Flag

    Did the Shorties woke up a sleeping Giant?

    By this non-sensical article "OMONTYS KILLS MORE PEOPLE" I think they caused a huge harm to themselves by provoking otherwise passive mind your own business type, Takeda.

    What it caused is, a sort of negative publicity for a Drug which they currently they own and investigate for which they spent billions of $$s.

    Having got the message, will they keep quiet and continue the bashing to occur? I don't think so, the best would be to put to rest, even if they have to pay a price.

    It is not a big deal for Takeda to do tender offer and close this issue once and for all. I think the time has come.


    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Is this the buyout in a matter of days you posted about 2-3 weeks ago?

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      • The buyout will come eventually. You guys said BK BK when it was 80 cents, I said everyone to BUY BUY. I took advantage of the Short morons, when the PPS went to 2, knowing well they will short to bring the PPS down.

        I flipped and as I said played AAMRQ and holding 20% more AFFY shares than I sorted out. I didn't loose faith, if the Shorts are foolish enough to short, why can't any long be smart enough to get more shares.

        There is no discredit, I could have sold and kept my mouth shut. I want to lure you shortie morons, knowing very well you will sell the shares to me, though I thought 1.80 or so! Wow I could buy @1.57, nothing can be better than that! I'm ringing my Cash register baby!

        GLTA LONGS!

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

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