I've been holding NPSP for almost a year now... thanks to the disaster last March, I've taken a big hit. I am just wondering who else on this board is long and how long have you been holding? Please, no bashing (that means you ourmedia), I just want to know who else is in the same shoes as me and also please express your opinion as to what you see for the future of this company. I was looking at ENCY's board and even though they are at 52 week lows, their longs seem more optimistic than NPSP's. I just want to understand why people have been so negative on this company even though other companies such as ENCY are facing the same problems as NPSP.
I am positive on NPS; I own 15,000 share with an average price of $6.50. Short sighted investors fail to realize an increasing revenue stream, increased market opportunities for Sensipar in Asia, Preos in the US, and a large unmet need with Teduglutide.
I am 90% certain Teduglutide will be approved, when it is it will cause NPS to rocket to $10 easily. If they announce a partner in two weeks, it will be heading to $5.
Hold tight, worse case senerio is a buyout for at least double the current price.
Hey I have around 1500 Shares of NPSP with a price of around $4.68. I am feeling the pain but I still like NPSP for a number of reasons. I am only 19 but I just finished up an internship at a hedge fund in NYC and they own some shares. I like that they have cash and there 2 drugs down the tube. Lots of people think they spend 2 much cash but you can never spent your way to being the next AMGN! I think we could and will see $7 this year - that is why I am still holding- Rem. last CC they BEAT #s by 7 cents AND the CEO said the stock "Very undervalued" All good stuff IMHO - the market just hasnt woke up to NPSP YET!
Hey, good reply! You remind me of myself because I got into the stock market when I was 17. Good to see young people with such financial knowledge. Actually I am not that much older than you age the age of 23 =). The thing that really boggles my mind is that ENCY has been through the same hell as NPSP, yet the stock has fared better, though it's at a 52 week low. I personally need more than $7 a share to break even, I am just wondering if anyone who bought this in the $20's are still looking at this board. If you are one of those people, please share your story, this thread is not for bashing and we won't pass judgment as we know stocks are just plain unpredictable.