Pumpers have been here for 2 years luring nieve investors to buy above $3 and $4 and even Tradestoxx who was convincing you to buy above $5 in November 2010.
The problem isn't the so called bashers or even the shorts the problem is the facts.
Just look at what this stock did last year heading into December. If you can't see this happening again you are blind.
You have a company with $10 million in revenues and $15 million in losses every quarter that has somehow garnered a $400,000,000 market cap. I'm pretty sure that you can't survive as a company losing that much money every quarter and it looks like a failed business plan that has been 10 years in the making.
This company just renewed their shelf registration to dilute by another $100 million in outstanding shares and if their past is any indication of their future you have to factor that in to the share price. Their are also around 1 million warrants just waiting to be exercised diluting this even further.
$400,000,000/135,000,000 shares = $2.96
$400,000,000/145,000,000 shares = $2.75
$400,000,000/200,000,000 shares = $2.00
Further dilution has ruined this pig and with the same market cap look at where this stock could be.
Remember the good ol days when we had 87 million outstanding shares just 2 years ago?
$400,000,000/87,000,000 shares = $4.60
Q1 2012 -- NetLoss -- $(15,946,157)
Q2 2012 -- NetLoss -- $(17,050,116)
Q3 2012 -- NetLoss -- $(15,030,214)
Right on track for another year exceeding $60 million in losses.
Consistent Dilution form the CEO and BOD's.
Date ------ Outstanding Shares
Sep 2006 -- 30,634,872
Sep 2007 -- 39,643,876
Sep 2008 -- 58,901,030
Sep 2009 -- 78,844,251
Sep 2010 -- 87,614,420
Dec 2010 -- 108,396,709
Mar 2011 -- 121,635,339
Jun 2011 -- 123,354,986
Sep 2011 -- 124,325,299
Dec 2011 -- 132,467,537
Feb 2012 -- 135,684,912
Jun 2012 -- 135,825,005
Currently well over 145,000,000 if you count the stock options not yet exercised.
Consistent Annual Losses
2005 -- NetLoss -- ($30,606,564)
2006 -- NetLoss -- ($62,552,814)
2007 -- NetLoss -- ($20,933,453)
2008 -- NetLoss -- ($17,495,739)
2009 -- NetLoss -- ($21,996,016)
2010 -- NetLoss -- ($26,694,148)
2011 -- NetLoss -- ($60,631,563)
2012 -- Net Loss Estimated -- ($60,000,000)
Avanir is a bad investment plain and simple. Not profitable, no dividend, and last but not least a greedy CEO and BOD's.
Weekly script growth has been stagnant between 2,000 and 2,200 since May which revenues isnt growing enough to cover expenses or the growing share count.
Spoken like a true LONG Reetch. NOT. It is very apparent what your motives are. Why don't you tell the entire board what your agenda is. And, don't tell us that you are here to defend the unsuspecting (long) investor. That is merely not believable. Anyone that posts 24-7 is getting paid to do so by you know who - the SHORTS. Tell it like it is Reetch. Please share with us how much you are getting paid to put out your nonsense babble day after day.
Please return to the woodpile at your earliest convenience. Thank you.
How is posting facts from SEC filings being short. If you don't like the facts and can't argue with them you shouldn't just resort to saying I have a motive. Go do your due diligence and get back to me with "facts" not a bunch of well if this and this and this happens maybe the stock will go up.
I know you, you are the guy that bought above $4 last year on advice from Tradestoxx and has been pumping non stop. You are also the guy that said they would beat all analysts targets but was proven wrong for the umpteenth time. Keep up the good work math whiz.