Portfolio managers with no research and failing investment strategies that publish their holdings at the end of each quarter must sell any remaining Elan shares during the next two days to avoid a resemblance to sentient beings.
You freaking idiot...the stock traded five times its float in the last 30 days. Do you think they were in a coma then?Selling is over.
Published holdings will answer that question, but your own coma will remain devoutly to be wished.
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