Thanks for the post doc.
So, you were a surgeon in Viet Nam?
Did you already share what years you served?
What about your Medical Unit? Which one were you in?
Thanks again for all of your great information.
If a company was serious about aquiring Amarin, here is what they could do.
Let's say AstraZeneca was dead set on buying Amarin. Why would they make an offer to buy the necessary shares at $35 per share?
They could load up at the $8 level. Buying a tremendous amount of shares.
Then they could hold those shares and make an offer for the remaining shares saving hundreds of millions or even billions of dollars.
Their significant holding could prevent any other company from successfully buying Amarin because AstraZeneca could prevent it with the voting power they had (if they owned 10% or more).
Or, even if AstraZeneca was somehow out-fought/outbid by some other company, they could sell their shares for a 4 bagger profit and move along.
So why wouldn't a company start loading up now if they were really serious about buying the company Amarin.
Here's the problem toots.
If an interested party wanted to sink their fangs into AMRN.
They could do it buying shares for $8 each. Load up. If they were planning on spending $4Billion anyway. Load up here and buy the company for a huge discount.
Well, that is a start. A surgeon in Viet Nam?
He can tell us his Medical Unit.
He can tell us years served.
He can share when he graduated from medical school.
No more doubt then.