The lying shorts are deluded into thinking anyone with enough $ in the stock to influence the SP will take them at all seriously.
They just clutter up the boards with morally repugnant, empty flack.
By responding to them, you join the congestion and add to the meaningless noise.
This is a long term bet, that's where the real money is. The shorts and the traders are noisy but transient. Short lives.
If you live someplace where it's warm, you aren't as dependent on society or your neighbors.
If you live somewhere it's frozen much of the winter, it tends to change your attitude....Lots of exceptions.
Joy, you are taking them much too seriously.
They are short-mouths who are speaking their vested interest.
That's what the iggy button is for.
Matt...Probably the idiot part of idiot savant applies, wry grin.
That was just luck, of course. I don't normally trade in and out of a holding. But i look real hard at the science.
With a small bio bucking long odds like this one, one assumes a high failure rate knowing that, if you choose well, the occasional success will more than pay for them.
As a cancer survivor ( 1980) i have a secondary vested interest too.
Doesn't it follow that not testing for PD-1 expression will have a disadvantageous effect on the bottom line numbers?
It's desirable to preselect the patients most likely to respond to the combo if we want to wow the FDA.
All that is encouraging FBG
But it's going to take a successful PH 3 completion and FDA blessing
to be taken seriously.
You must have studied in the Trump school of name calling. Feel better now?
Not hit again? Please.
What about the 2 unsuccessful, major wars we started and still haven't been able to extract ourselves.
What about the growth of Al Qaida and the establishment and spread of ISIS and all the huge, ongoing, mid east instability that Bush triggered?
And how bout the self imposed hits? The loss of our privacy and civil liberties? The time spent and cost of airport security? The huge cost and invasiveness of our manifold security agencies?
Note that there are more and more extensive security operations under Obama than we suffered under Bush.
What's going to happen the first time a commuter train is hit, or a subway, or a freeway?
As both Ben Franklin and Osama pointed out,
We can't have a free society and security at the same time.
Oh, yes, he's probably right on the cap raise Matt;
But we keep hanging around for the clinical trials results...
That's where the meat is in the sandwich for us longs.
Obviously the PPS surge was a market over reaction to very preliminary data.
That was me and it worked out quite nicely by coincidence.
Sold enough to recover my initial investment and am now riding house money.
In the long run, and I'm long, it seems like a pretty good gamble.
Good: RR does the acquisitions so well.
This is where extra cash should go, not share buy-backs.
Finn, You are concerned about the money;
They are concerned if we have an effective treatment to offer.
And if in fact we do, they are concerned about the price we'll charge.
Possibly gonna be both.
It's hard for an ALZ patient to remember to take daily meds.