>>>Edscharp....ur an idiot!<<<
There is one way to demonstrate to me that I am an idiot...a complete idiot...an idiot not worthy to post on this board any more; and you can be the one to accomplish this. All you have to do is answer one simple question.
What percent of future royalties does Xoma get from Genentech for Raptiva sales?
Answer that accurately and truthfully and you will never see Edscharp on this board again. I give you the entire weekend to research this. Answer me Monday morning by 10 a.m.
Thanks, I know you won't disappoint me and that your status will rise enormously on this board as a result of your successful efforts.
BTW, I do require that you provide links and/or verifiable references for any information you provide.
I'll take a piece of that action. There's no doubt in my mind that Eddie is on the sidelines, just having some fun. Don't know what he lost when he went from long to short or from short to out, but my guess is he's better off than me. And you, too.
>>>2005 Raptiva will bring more than $30M to XOMA!<<<
Hi, jack castello
Nice of you to take time from your busy schedule at Xoma to hype your stock.
Since you're nice enough to tell us about the $30M can you tell us exactly what percent of royalty sales Xoma is now getting from Genentech for raptiva sales.
BERKELEY, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 1, 2005--XOMA Ltd. (NASDAQ:XOMA - News) today announced the pricing of $60 million aggregate principal amount of its Convertible Senior Notes due 2012 in a private placement to qualified institutional buyers, pursuant to Section 4(2) and Rule 144A under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended. The notes will bear interest at a rate of 6.50% per annum and be convertible into XOMA's common shares at an initial conversion rate of 533.4756 common shares per $1,000 principal amount of notes, subject to adjustment (equivalent to a conversion price of approximately $1.87 per share and a conversion premium of approximately 15% to the last reported sale price of $1.63 per share on February 1, 2005). XOMA may redeem the notes after February 6, 2008 if XOMA's common shares trade at 150% of the conversion price for a specified period. Upon the occurrence of certain designated events prior to the maturity of the notes, subject to specified exceptions, investors will have the right to require XOMA to redeem the notes. XOMA has granted the initial purchaser of the notes an option to purchase up to an additional $5 million aggregate principal amount of the notes. The offering is expected to close on February 7, 2005.
>>> has any of you guys got a job? How are you feeding yourself...<<<
I work for Yahoo. They pay us to post here. It's not widely known, but Yahoo gets a lot of advertising bucks from these message boards, the higher the posting volume, the more bucks they get.
Here at the insanitorium they don't have to pay us a lot, and they encourage us to be adversarial, controversial, contrary, or humorous because this is what draws others to post.
You didn't really believe all these so called 'daytraders' and 'clowns' were real people did you? You don't really believe that anybody in their right mind is interested in investing in Xoma any more. Like, cmon.
If you did believe it you need to get a life.