Will it ever stop? First a CRL, then a PAR. The middle east blows up, Japan has an earthquake. The markets turn to do do. And now, the stock breaks 7 and looks like it will fall even more. What to do? What to do?
Yeah, I'm sure you were there after the fact to scrape off a few pennies on a couple hundred shares.
Clearly you are a genius.
Hey, you can do the same with ALIM after they file then again after they are approved and of course later as they reach a full valuation and get bought by B & L.
For me, I'll sit tight with my entire position bought between 7-8.5...I don't really give a s--t about the pennies.
Hey this Glen Bradley, former CEO of CIBA, can join Calvin Roberts, both with distinguished careers in opthalmology, and end it with a big fat drug failure along with shareholder suits....lolol
Don't bother trying to read or understand anything about Retisert. You are simply not capable.
What is your threshold to tolerate loss? It appears to me that you are willing to hold a stock until it drops off the charts. Your five year window for ALIM exceeds the president/CEO of the company. He exercised some options and held the stock for only a few days. He doesn't seem to be the visionary you are.
You have lost at least 40% this year. I get paid for producing results. You must be paid by the hour.
Your argument has been reduced to insults. This is a sure sign that you have nothing left to say.
How about a retraction of your incorrect statement re: the amount of shares sold by the prez. to start?
Sorry to disappoint again. My mother did not give me any money to day trade. I am not a day trader. You would fall off your chair if you knew my experience with health care funds.
He is the president and CEO. It is a matter of record filed with the SEC.
Please point out where I have gone astray.
Who is the idiot here? If we took a poll, you would win the award.
Tell you what. Why don't you show your monthly statement to your banker and try to borrow money based on the price you paid for ALIM. See if he ignores the current lower value when he makes a determination to loan you money. You can tell him you expect the loan to be based on your original purchase price because you haven't sold the stock yet. That should carry some weight.