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  • hartjed hartjed Apr 18, 2007 12:22 AM Flag

    Can someone please sell me cheap shares?

    I am eager to get in under 5.50 but all you wankers aren't brave enough to short here and are costing me a premium. Show me you are really confident and short 50K at the open tomorrow. Maybe I will believe you then!

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    • I'll take you up on that. See you in the morning. If you looked at my previous posts, I had warned of the Bavarian Nordic order coming for the US and Canada. The vaccine is still the preferred defense under Bioshield. Even if there are side effects, letting everyone catch smallpox on the hopes that an untested pill on humans made by SIGA will save the day is absolutley nuts. And guess what? There are laws in this country about timely disclosure of material facts, so if they have news from the FDA that they are sitting on it would be breaking the law. So the idea that no news is good news is also nuts, because no news just means one thing...there is no news...no contracts, no medical break through, no pending orders. Even if SIGA worked on the ill kid, the kid did ot have smallpox. There could (and we all hope not) be serious side effects to the drug that won't be seen for months. They need to wait it out and continue monitoring the situation. For that reason alone, they can't just order a drug because one child improved after taking it. It just doesn't work that way. The Bavarian Nordic order just ate up a whole lot of potential money that could have gone to smallpox and SIGA. But it didn't, and there is now less in the pot. That is bad news for SIGA no matter how you want to look at it.

 
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