As long as you continue to put up insane revenue expectations The Street will expect the same and when those goals are not met chaos will ensue with the stock price. The aspect of not meeting revenue expectations ends up being the norm in alot of companies especially one that has not even launched anything.
by over the top, you mean crushing the market the past five years??? BTW, by year 6, there will be 15m American screens being done between 1st years and repeats. Do the math on that.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I agree with Cheerleader; you do not know what you are talking about. First, Cologuard is DNA molecular based and blood and urine markers are not anywhere better. Secondly, EXAS has proprietary inttellectual rights to the primary causal markers. Thirdly, even if something was on the drawing boards, it would be over 5 years away--during which Cologuard will soak up a willing marketplace. If you know how to run spread sheets and understand the CRC and colonoscopy markets, you would realize that Cologuard, alone, has the potential to exceed $10 billion at less than $400 a test. The current market valuation is actually assuming too little in the way of revenue potential for EXAS, if you understand how to perform DCF calculations for revenue and income projections. You do not understand how to value a company like EXAS. This is a real company and you should not trade its stock using seat-of-the pants trading rules and karma.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
You clearly do not understand how the biotech investing game works.
Besides, the Street only expects a $300 pricing reimbursement by CMS.
If ColoGuard gets $400 or $450 or $500 the stock will explode for another upleg!
LMAO what makes you a rocket scientist. Reality Joe/Jane average is not at home saying wow can't wait to do this and send my #$%$ into UPS. Once a company comes out with a non stool test that puts up better #'s than FIT Cologuard is in deep #$%$ no pun intended
Do you really think a message board is going to move the stock price significantly when institutions and insiders own 90% of the stock. By the way, I'm selling some land down in southern Florida....interested??