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Astex Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Message Board

  • roryrae roryrae Oct 24, 2012 3:19 PM Flag

    whose to blame ?

    Manuso is to be blame for telling the shareholders in one the earning meeting that he had suitors to purchase the company for $4 while the price was at $3 and not accepting or letting the shareholder decide its faith. if he wasn't going to accept it why tell the shareholders ?

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    • Whose to blame? Simple, your parents.

      So someone offered Dr. M $4 a share. We don't know if that was cash or stock. Both you two are over under more than $4 on this stock. Had he taken the deal loverboy, you would have just invested it in BofA back then losing 75% of the value, making the $4 offer, a $1 net per share for you. Just be thankful he didn't sell the company.

      Now I should be the one disappointed. Had he sold the company at $4 before my Silver call. I would have invested my Supg proceeds of $240,000 into silver at $18.60 an ounce, it hit about $45 an ounce, That would net me out $580,000. I would have seen a $9.50 return per share and loverboy would have a $1 per share net return.

      Don't you just love math. We're all still waiting for Mero to explain why the FDA would not understand ASTX technology. Here's a list of Rory's aliases, see how they always come up with the same brain farts:

      Rory,mero,think,lovingfriendship,silver (RIP lltinvest,jelly).

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • He is an idiot. Only an idiot would say I am now focused on creating shareholder value. What CEO would ever say that?

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