Just a few days ago Sirgo bought 5,000 shares, not that dam[n]ed many and the stock has had a nice rise for almost a week, best rise in a year on 5,000 share buy by an insider. Most of the rest don't buy shares, they just take their easily earned dough and share-kicker each quarter and spend it all on Accutrons and marzipan for their concubines. If they spent that bread on shares we'd have a forty dollar stock rather than a $5 item that moves up or down a buck fifty every twelve months. Next chance we get let's vote 'em all out. Most of them sit on five or six or seven boards and do nothing but drink Hennesey's Whiskey and suck on tiny jars of caviar for an hour and pocket the money before going out bimbos and baked potatoes. I say, let's do 'em all in, vote 'em the hell off! Let's string 'em up, metaphorically speaking. Anybody got any string? BUY, BUY, BUY BDSI, YOU INSIDER TRAITORS. [Clearly I have no idea what really goes on in the back rooms and I've had a tad too much Absolut Vodka this morning before thinking this all through. Nevertheless, BUY, BUY, BUY BDS, Texas Rangers. Yours truly, The Lone Ranger. [I have a silver bullet and everything].
Relax guys, insiders own plenty of stock and profitability is still a ways away. If you look at the technicals, this move up was on great volume and I see it breaking above 5.65 in the short term and a possible test of the 52 week high this fall. Any new exciting news could push us up close to 8-9 range and then who knows after that. Longtime believers have been accumulating for years and will be surely rewarded given patiience. GL
I commend this chap's exhortation to insiders to buy more BDSI shares and stop acting like poorly paid, whining strumpets. Show more confidence in the company, you Tally Whackers! You vote yourself scads of free shares in the morning and then you simply pizz 'em away that same afternoon. Ought not to be allowed. I say we take names and photos of the galoots and I agree we boot 'em off first chance. Hear, hear, Herbie, keep up the good work. I echo your sentiment 'cross the monoliths of Wall Street: Buy and buy and buy those shares o' BDSI. Your friend. Sid Z.