Sagt & Teva and perhaps others, will manufacture Fusilev and sell it at a price which is not only unstainable but will cause them to "lose money" because (It's fun ?) The FDA (wants them to ?) It's part & parcel of the great "Obama Healthcare Plan" ? I'm confused. Have they "discovered" a way to make 'generic L ' cheaper than previously thought ? Is something being left-out of the compound ? Could it be cheap labor ? All those people who have been out-of-a-job, since 2008 ? Has someone actually done us a favor ? Volume has risen and the PPS is on an upward trend. Hopefully the 'shorts' will now go away and SPPI can get back to business. Who knows ? Raj may even take his fortune and retire. Are there 2 sides to every story ? We may still find happiness in owning SPPI. All we have to do now is hang-in there. I'm sure not selling with a 50% loss. Are you ?
hey jonah thought this week was deja vu. bought sppi last march for about $13 and stock dropped to 9.50 due to the apaziquone failure but by july back up to $17.50. this stock is definitely not for the weak of heart but i believe holding sppi and adding on the dips will payoff big time in the months to come.
Iff we close at or above 8.00 this thing should go up another 20-30 cents tomorrow. Chart is looking very bullish and a true bottom may have formed. Those with a position are now averaging down . This has all the factors for a major short squeeze!