Hello everyone. I am a family physician and I am newly aware of OHRP. I read a lot about the company during the past several days and I like the story. I think squalamine can take a very large market share as long as it can prove "non -inferior" to injectable and safety continues to be positive. Looks like the chances of this happening are strong.
I'm just looking for some ideas from a few people about how to take a position. I usually take a 30% position (or so) initially then add on significant pullbacks over time.
This situation may be different. I look at the chart and I missed a breakout and there have been no significant pullbacks.
So my question would be: If you were new to OHRP, would you put in 100% of your position at this time or buy in segments on pullbacks? I appreciate all thoughts and ideas. I appreciate the toughts on this intelligent board.
I have a feeling the "RIDE WILL BEGIN REAL SOON" !!!!!! Liking what I see with the stock movement..... Macula Conference right around the corner..... Doctors are starting to talk is my guess..... Remember this is my opinion. Always do your own DD..... I've been in a while, and I think it's about to pay off.....
Not one to give advice but I would try to scoop up stock in the 1.60 to 1.70 range and try to stay aware of all new developments that could affect stock price.
I agree with Livermore that news of squalamine effectiveness is likely to leak out slowly as clinicians and patients get an idea of what the efficacy is. Stock may start to move on anecdotal reports of efficacy.
Just my two cents.