th3whatever, I bought some NFLX at 350 due to Agnew's recommenation yesterday morning. Sold it in the after market at 383. If you play it a day late, don't blame anyone but yourself. Now getting back to AMPE., I'm hoping it beats the all time high of 9 dollars. GL2U
Read the time I recommended NFLX yesterday, The stock market is a time sensitive mechanism. You would have made $70 if you bought at that time and sold! If you don't like what I have to say, you don't have to click on my articles!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Who cares about your predictions. I bought AMPE when it was about $4 and again under $3, but that does not make me any better or worse than you. Let's try something new - the facts. For right now that means awaiting more news that hopefully wil be good.
LUCID DISCUSSIONS: The initial short term trial, the quick CDER meeting with the FDA, the positive initial trial results, the potential for body repair--rebuild of cartilage, the $25MM (someone got the real goods) infusion, the lack of any decent competitive product on the market--the summation of these factors leads to a product that could do amazing things for the end user, the initial stock price and unfortunately a premature acquisition of the company in a takeover either agreed upon by Board or hostile.
Many of us have seen parents go through hip and/or knee replacements, cortizone shots everywhere prior to, including elbows....we know our time will come or in some cases is currently arriving--this development joint drug could keep a huge population moving without surgery and with Obama care or "lack of care" arriving, if one does not have a private $50M slush fund for quickie surguries on a private select basis, this joint drug could be the answer for many.
Keep your orthopod on quick dial and that is one billing you always want to quickly pay and with two goats* racking up over $100M in surgery/hospital bills for tibia plateau reconstruction (titanium hardware included) one figures that joint drug will no doubt be on the script list in a couple decades...
*goats = kids/baby goats that one fed too much....unfortunately they grow physically if not mentally.