You would think YAhoo could block them.
They block website addresses, excessive posts, etc.
Yahoo must want them on board to show lots of posts.
1 % dilution.
This is the equivalent of .09 cents per share. But it's only on the surface.
That is NOT the real effect. There is positive side to the purchase with value added accretion that is not being factored in by the bashers. So, any drop on this news is false and should be used as a buying opportunity.
If you don't like Opko because of their pipeline and/or management...that's one thing.
But because of their purchase, that's just plain silly.
Monetization of their pipeline will begin in the 3rd quarter. Hang in there. You'll see the 20"s and then some!
I listened to sales pitch form Money Morning (part of the massive Agora Publishing) sating that last night was the last time you could subscribe for an incredible stock pick.
A stock trading about $6 that is putting out little black boxes on lampposts, etc. revolutionizing the internmet. They say the current towers can't handle what's to come, this company will make you richer than Apple and Amazon and Google combined! (I'm paraphrasing). They say this company will make $37 trillion! They have almost $14 billion cash.
I don't subscribe to these pitches but I like trying to figure who they are talking about.
Obviously...it's Nokia in this case.
When you goolge Black boxes and Money Morning, there are also opinions that the company in play is Nokia.
His reasoning is so silly. You don't need Cramer. Look at what his Street said:
"Separately, TheStreet Ratings team rates the stock as a "hold" with a ratings score of C-.
Opko's strengths such as its robust revenue growth, largely solid financial position with reasonable debt levels by most measures and impressive record of earnings per share growth are countered by weaknesses including a generally disappointing performance in the stock itself and weak operating cash flow."
To me, those measures are impressive and overwhelm the performance of the stock price, which can be subject to manipulation.
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