The only way this stock will ever see 30 again is
after the next split. Also maybe you should take a hard
look at Nepera products as they are used in many
different pharmacutical applications. As for looking at
VRGN nobody is ever adverse to a good stock tip.
So I guess a stock that goes from 41 to 36 is a
good performer. Give me a break. You guys must be
workers at cbx. How about disclosure on your
If this is the best stock you can pick in the
greatest bull market of modern times than I pity you. Why
not dump this puppy before it hits 30. By the way if
your really into life sciences why not try VRGN.
Imagine investing in a company that is working on a cure
for cancer, rather than a cause of it.
Just wanted to make sure I didn't hit the Algore
/ greenpeace page by mistake:
The message to
take out of all of this diatrabe in the last few
messages is that the plant is now running at capacity,
being down for a week or two will not affect earnings,
DEC agrees it is safe, employees are committed, and
some tree huggers should be.
In for the long
haul, will make a lot of money based on what the sierra
club has done to the stock price lately.
like a bunch of city folks who move next to a farm and
are suprised that animals have odors. By the way, I'm
positive agen2 uses dihydrogen monoxide at home...I heard
that can kill you if you breathe it in
Anyone have an opinion on how the newly announced
capacity upgrades at catalytica will affect the long term
vision of CBM...leave the chemical production and go
into life sciences fully???
Thanks for the blow by blow re napara. You seem
to be either:
a) A concerned citizen
opportunistic short who wants to cover quickly and
Based on your stated desire to see the stock price go
down, you seem to fit "B".
I am neither long or short this stock. I am local
to the Nepara site and a concerned resident. I am
fully invested in the market and hold long positions in
BBH, SCON, and TAN.
Questions for all of
1) Why would anyone in their right mind invest in
this company? This looks like another Philip Morris.
When they are forced to tell the truth in court on
March 10 the chart could get ugly.
2) Why would
anyone work for this company? With the job market being
so hot can't these people work for a company thats
helps society instead of one that releases noxious
chemicals into the air, a mile from 2 large schools. How do
employees of this firm look at themselves in the mirror?
Cambrex / Nepera is not concerned for their own employees
well being. They are exposed to these releases more
than anyone else.
Here is the URL for the local
newspaper. You can follow this story for yourself.
You have to ask yourself why would the management
team defy the DEC order to close the plant? Good luck
and happy investing.
My sentiments exactly! Agen - I guess we are
questioning your credibility. How do you feel about that? Why
don't you take this opportunity to come clean and shoot
us some real facts or concrete references for your
statements. For all we know, your posts are fabrications.
The investing public apparently disagrees a bit
with Agen. They probably overreacted a bit, got the
actual facts and information, and then bought the hell
out of the stock. 300M shares traded is not small
stuff for this security.