Anyone reading this board can recognize the difference between someone who truly believes in a company and is down (me) and somebody that only posts on a board to mislead and hurt people (you).
I've been clear about my positions and posts. I will continue to do that. Sure, NSPH has been CRUSHED since my first purchase, but again your posts is completely misleading. While the stock may be down 80% from $4.48, I am only down ~$20K while I hold 65K shares. My breakeven point is about $1.20. Where you post nothing about your trades or positions, I am honest and transparent.
I've definitely taken some unexpected hits, but I will end up winning on this one... R
Nice post. Maybe. I don't think NSPH's move has to do with the overall outlook for diagnostics. I've learned (albeit painfully at times), that NSPH and many other stocks move simply because someone can push them... (the largest holder here has limited windows during which it can buy. Bain Capital doesn't buy in the public markets). Because of that, this stock is more vulnerable to the trading games.
I am serious that I think NSPH should buy back shares and aggressively at these prices. Even better should it reach $.70. Then, it could retire 20MM shares and still have close to $40MM left over...