I said BTGC booked the fees last year - I meant in 99, maybe 3rd & 4th qtrs? I haven't gone back to verify just when these were claimed, but it seems they were booked in consecutive quarters immediately after the deal was announced.
It's old news glendale. BTGC booked several million in revenue as contract fees last year (I think) from the Teva deal.
As a suggestion, be a little more careful in your selection of subject lines. Quite frankly, I think I saw an ALL CAP subject line by a user id I didn't recognize, so I immediately wrote it off as spam.
Valium is so "california". FWIW- I eschew Brave New World routes to tranquility. I rarely even partake of "Old World" remedies, 'cause wearing lampshades can be so embarassing.
Do agree with you about expectations... IMHO, barring a huge earnings surprise (attributable to the new sales mediums) coupled with demonstrable future potential (i.e., a Slim quote such as "Not only are we seeing tremedous success from our new sales teams, but we project accelerating growth in scripts in the new markets.") BTGC won't do much.
I'm just edgy because (sad tale sung by many), my portfolio has sucked mostly exhaust fumes lo these many months. Now I have a project that requires immediate cash, BTGC is my ATM, and I'd like to withdraw some cash at $10-$12 rather than $7.