For the most part we must have H.S. grad execs offerring profound insights as to what
SSH should do or will do in the near term... why why why would Rosa consider, at this time, being acquired by some other company. give a single good reason. ok ok ok if someone would walk in and say how about 50.00 - 75.00 today... maybe. Obviously, they know far far more about the C-Pulse than any nitwit posting on this bd. as I have said, if it is as advertised, and the market for the C-Pulse is what has been speculated - why would you want to be acquired?
Here's what can happen to SSH in the near future, ICPT up $ 400.00 in 2 days because they stopped their trial, it was going so well they met their goals or the endpoint of the trial early. http://finance.yahoo.com/news/intercept-announces-nash-primary-endpoint-123232761.html
the only way sunshine heart acts like Intercept Pharmaceuticals is to stop heart failure in its tracks. Sunshine heart is a few years away from even having enough patients to show that type of reversal or stagnation of heart failure. but the device is easily implanted from the surgical standpoint. if the device can prevent significant rehospitalization for heart failure then it will be a blockbuster.
Yup, that's always possible, and certainly preferred. I'm a long, long term player. Have held REGN, for 14, 15 years and hope to do the same with SSH, but have experienced MANY times where the powers that be, decide to take the money and run. Risk adjusted premium, PV, etc., etc., they find a way to take the fast money. REGN has specifically referenced their preference to stay independent and has a 35% ownership standstill with Sanofi. I just don't know where the real owners of SSH stand on that subject.