So many US Communities will want Intrexon solution and have the money to deploy. The EPA has been coming out with very favorable reviews of this solution.
Adam Feuerstein explains the Elliot Favus hatchet job as he worked with short selling hedge funds and Global Therapeutics . Looks like the boyz are getting their faces ripped off. You have to wonder how much short hedging now needs to be covered. Could be a few days of explosive upside. Feuerstine usually praises short side analysis when done well.
Bottom line "blood-related parameters like bilirubin and reticulocyte counts which support the drug's efficacy and back up the observed increase in hemoglobin"
For those afraid of Franken Mosquitos please plan your picnics and vacations in zika normal areas. Let the rest of us take reasonable precautions.
Poorly researched short story circulated to the Hedge Funds.
blood-related parameters like bilirubin and reticulocyte counts which support the drug's efficacy and back up the observed increase in hemoglobin.
Global Blood's current study was designed specifically to assess GBT440's effect on blood parameters because those are the objective data easiest to collect from a small and relatively short study
How much short hedging needs to be unwound ASAP before stock breaks $26, After $26 the Hedgies will be in real trouble from professional squeeze artist
GLTA, shorts are now desperate
Who is the guy with the insider info?
Josh Kosman has been covering the financial industry for nearly twenty years. He is a reporter for the New York Post, a former editor at Mergermarket.com and a former senior writer for The Deal and Buyouts Newsletter. He appears frequently in the media as a private equity and mergers expert.
So many communities will want to fund Intrexon solution as soon as they get approval as this disaster is spreading. Scientist are also wondering what may develop down the road for births exposed to zika that do not end up with microcephaly
What was impressive about the 90 day results?
"After patients took the drug at 700 mg for 90 days, their irreversibly sickled cells -- the ones that clump -- decreased by a median of approximately 70%, compared to an increase of approximately 15% for patients that took placebo. Other measurements also suggest the drug is working with an increase in hemoglobin, the red blood cells that carry oxygen, and there is evidence that fewer blood cells are dying."
The need in this disease should also warrant accelerated review status. I'm building a bigger position daily as the Brexit discount hit this stock just as the S-1 filing hit. More than just blood in the streets for GBT
"For the first time since July 2014, airport rates were up back-to-back months: in April at $0.59 and in May at $3.79. Denver had the highest average quote at $66.82 while San Diego had the lowest rate at $34.17."
Global Credit Research - 06 Jun 2016
Moody's Investors Service...The outlook is changed to positive from stable.
(Thought I was buying into a 2017 turnaround)
Nice share from one that has been through the enoxaprin and how much an oral formulation means. Adherence is the biggest obstacle to any drug therapy. Adherence is also something the FDA is really starting to focus on.
Afraid of Perlman games. Also aware bad faith at this point on his part and the courts will come down hard. I don't think Perlman plays kamikaze but would like debtors think he is willing.
Channel checks must look good and Wall Street loading up ahead of the big turn taking place in the stock price.
Would this also be a research and development write-off? Capitalism has been hijacked by the new Wall Street and is going to be exposed as we head for Presidential debates. Soooo many pi$$ed off voters expect change.
And, every drug development company hypes fast track status. GLTA, it's the small investor and his money wanted as always.
This Wall Street Darling no doubt lead to huge losses by those who invest other peoples money? That is who should be going to jail. They were pros and know the product (stock) they buy for their clients accounts.
Ha, I know how it works and I also know those investing other people's money never go to jail. A few really over the top sacrificial lams get some time. Of course the criminals also have great lawyers and get out much quicker than expected and go back to live the lavish lifestyle immediately upon release.
And the folks who paid far too much for their healthcare, this effects us all in our premiums, that is all perfectly legal and you don't count. What they do in gouging consumers is all legal.
Just saw where Cramer's site reported positive moves on merger??? If Cramer's people are long RAD there really needs to be some SEC action