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Amarin Corporation plc Message Board

  • longfcel longfcel Apr 23, 2013 8:05 AM Flag

    New scenario..... NCE worth zero.... and most bigholders in past months feared for an ANCHOR NDA denial

    What about that?
    Not all NDA are accepted.
    In this scenario, a big investor would have lost his pants.
    In this scenario - now NDA got acceptance - the Company gain 2x / 10x its value.

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    • I think that's potential gain. If it was prior to launch, it would be a bigger value swing. After launch though, it's primarily about earnings/scripts. This gives the potential for huge income/scripts, and once approved should quickly increase both. At this point, it gives investors more upside potential / less downside risk.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • you lost your butt in affy now your here

      • 1 Reply to diejour_44
      • Hey there......
        I lost 80% of my gain in AFFY. Sold almost every Biostock.
        I saved AMRN & EXEL... my last bets on Biostocks.
        I swear myself not to look more Biostock.... anymore.
        Not only you have to dig deep to understand.... compare..... in a field where you can get only a part of it, unless you're a Doc (and I'm not).

        With AFFY, I discovered how a Company with a great drug can screw its shareholders as well.
        I tell you.... Omontis will sell Billions...... 0.02% in fatal events.... 25k patients.... no sense in what I've seen.... the FDA neither ask for a recall.!!!!
        The management (AFFY's) is croock... sold the whole Company's value.
        They will meet themselves in a hole.... sooner or later, after the trials.

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