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  • insm_truth_teller insm_truth_teller May 25, 2013 8:01 AM Flag

    Motley Fool exact prediction

    remember that analyst actions should be taken with a grain of salt as they rarely have any long-term bearing on a stocks' share price or your investing thesis. The reality here is that Insmed still doesn't have a drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration, it's burning cash, and it could be at least two more years before it gets Arikace in front of the European Medicines Agency for an approval decision. A U.S. decision will be yet another year or two beyond that. With a cash burn rate that I anticipate will be right around $50 million annually, it won't be long before Insmed needs cash again and reaches to potentially dilutive offerings to accomplish this. I'd strongly suggest keeping your distance.

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    • remember that analyst actions should be taken with a grain of salt as they rarely have any long-term bearing on a stocks' share price or your investing thesis. The reality here is that Insmed still doesn't have a drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration, it's burning cash, and it could be at least two more years before it gets Arikace in front of the European Medicines Agency for an approval decision. A U.S. decision will be yet another year or two beyond that. With a cash burn rate that I anticipate will be right around $50 million annually, it won't be long before Insmed needs cash again and reaches to potentially dilutive offerings to accomplish this. I'd strongly suggest keeping your distance.

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      • remember that analyst actions should be taken with a grain of salt as they rarely have any long-term bearing on a stocks' share price or your investing thesis. The reality here is that Insmed still doesn't have a drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration, it's burning cash, and it could be at least two more years before it gets Arikace in front of the European Medicines Agency for an approval decision. A U.S. decision will be yet another year or two beyond that. With a cash burn rate that I anticipate will be right around $50 million annually, it won't be long before Insmed needs cash again and reaches to potentially dilutive offerings to accomplish this. I'd strongly suggest keeping your distance

      • remember that analyst actions should be taken with a grain of salt as they rarely have any long-term bearing on a stocks' share price or your investing thesis. The reality here is that Insmed still doesn't have a drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration, it's burning cash, and it could be at least two more years before it gets Arikace in front of the European Medicines Agency for an approval decision. A U.S. decision will be yet another year or two beyond that. With a cash burn rate that I anticipate will be right around $50 million annually, it won't be long before Insmed needs cash again and reaches to potentially dilutive offerings to accomplish this. I'd strongly suggest keeping your distance

    • remember that analyst actions should be taken with a grain of salt as they rarely have any long-term bearing on a stocks' share price or your investing thesis. The reality here is that Insmed still doesn't have a drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration, it's burning cash, and it could be at least two more years before it gets Arikace in front of the European Medicines Agency for an approval decision. A U.S. decision will be yet another year or two beyond that. With a cash burn rate that I anticipate will be right around $50 million annually, it won't be long before Insmed needs cash again and reaches to potentially dilutive offerings to accomplish this. I'd strongly suggest keeping your distance

 
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