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  • wall_street_titan wall_street_titan Dec 20, 2012 9:15 AM Flag

    The Outrage is Warranted but.....

    As I read this board, it takes no genius to see that the many have reached the breaking point of outrage as the result of the secondary and the failure of Chris Calhoun to deliver on his words, time and time again. Capping off 2012 with yet another dilutive secondary, when most were rightfully expecting a deal that should have ended balance sheet issues, was a huge blow and IMHO, there should be repercussions. However, lets not overlook the huge positive step that Cytori took this year towards procuring its long term viability by signing a deal with the United States that, if all goes well, should lead to the purchase and placement of thousands of Celutions throughout the country. With all these units in front of the medical community, acceptance of this new paradigm of treatment for multiple ailments should follow.

    As milestones are met on the BARDA deal it will become clear that Cytori will be around to stay and flourish. Furthermore, even though we haven't heard anything new on EU CMI approval, that could happen any day, if you are a believer that Cytori really does have a better mousetrap. The partnership that was very, Very , VERY close hasn't happened yet but there hasn't been a 8-K stating that it is no longer close, which IMHO, should be a material event.

    Its been a couple of torturous years but the catalysts are still out there and the stock is cheap, IMHO. ...and once again, everyone should do their own due diligence.

    WST

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • why is your sentiment a "strong sell"

    • WST, for what it's worth there are many positives to be taken from this year overall it's a job well done. However there are no excuses for the failure to delivers, not because they didnt but because they said they would over and over again followed with the no need for further offerings promptly followed with an offering. The crazy thing is cc fully understood that if no deal by eoy cash would be required yet he made the bold statement and again makes himself look foolish.(at best)
      I am in the corner of the olympus theory, I think this uncertainty has held things up and until some loose ends are tied up the deal wont happen.
      The recent offering matters not in the long term it's just bad business to say one thing and do another in such a short time frame.,
      Who cares in the long term we might have 100m outstanding by this time next year, providing they complete the deals and generate the cash and gain approvals and get to market with a couple of indications we will not care because when there is an eventual move in sales there is potential for huge jumps qtr on qtr.
      Contempt for retail shareholders is part of the game, they are non transparent in both technical data and the status of the partnerships and reasons for the actions they take. We are told a minimum, there is so much data in there hands that would certainly shed a different light on the long term for some that are questioning the future. This latest episode for me is the status quo and we better get used to it because it is not going to change anytime soon.
      Thanks for your input throughout the year and of course the others that post well researched and well articulated information. I have always appreciated the quality of 5-7 contributors on this board they are as good as it gets.

      Sentiment: Hold

    • WST,I'm impressed with your attitude. As a people we tend to look at the negative and ignore the positive. But imagine how someone like Fas must feel when they hear the statement "Long term". I guess "Long Term" might not be such an offensive statement if the CEO didn't blab that "A deal is very,very, very near.

    • WST,I'm impressed with your attitude. As a people we tend to look at the negative and ignore the positive. But imagine how someone like Fas must feel when they hear the statement "Long term". I guess "Long Term" might not be such an offensive statement if the CEO didn't blab that "A deal is very,very, very near.

    • WST,I'm impressed with your attitude. As a people we tend to look at the negative and ignore the positive. But imagine how someone like Fas must feel when they hear the statement "Long term". I guess "Long Term" might not be such an offensive statement if the CEO didn't blab that "A deal is very,very, very near.

    • WST,I'm impressed with your attitude. As a people we tend to look at the negative and ignore the positive. But imagine how someone like Fas must feel when they hear the statement "Long term". I guess "Long Term" might not be such an offensive statement if the CEO didn't blab that "A deal is very,very, very near.

 
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