The hardest thing about waiting longer for a ruling will be having to read drodball's dreary posts. I am super long on PIP with a sizable hedge with SIga. The best scenario for me is that both these stocks go up but Drodball's negativity is getting boring.
Lets say the decision goes PIP's way. I'm not saying it will - I don't think it will - but let's say it does.
How do you expect to exit your position when just about everyone else holding PIP shares is trying to do he same, with at pressure dragging the price ever downward.... just as happened in the wake of the Parsons decision (which I also warned about)?
Do you own a multimillion dollar computer platform jacked directly into the stock exchange? If not, how do you hope to get out the door ahead of shareholders who do?
Or do you feel like PIP is more of a long term hold, and their pipeline might surprise us all by reigniting, and you alone will hold on, waiting for (and profiting from) it?
I have read negative posts on this board about AVII(now SRPT) and cmrx which turned out pretty good. The more negative things I read on pip the more I think they have a better pipeline and management than this siga pig.