Earnings (lack thereof) - I did not listen to the conf. call since I don't own the stock and have no "investment" in this or any stocks right now. I am putting money in my own projects involving "telehealth" (non-public).
My overall perspective is the same. NURO has the possibility to bounce back to the $3 or more levels with some good news and product acceptance. They have several things in the pipeline that, if marketed honestly, as opposed to the STAT fiasco, should keep them afloat.
They are burning a lot of cash and only have $5.5 million left, so they need to turn things around in the next 9 months or dillute the company with a "sweetheart" deal to an institutioanl investor.
The oldest advice is "buy the dog and sell the fleas". NURO is the dog now. If they can sell the fleas, they can move up.
Jgatewood, where did you learn to read a balance sheet, OBAMA School of Business? They have approximately $15 mil in cash and cash items (SHORT TERM INVESTMENTS). Lots in the pipeline and yes, 2010 is the make or break year. If you claim not to own any stock, why are you wasting your time here? Just curious. There is a reason 5 shareholders own 50% of this company, and the Board (except Shai) owns NOTHING.