I suspect very few knew of all the "recklessness" that was tolerated in getting man to the moon. Sometimes grand ambitions, also involve a greater acceptance of risk.
actually three died...one last May also... for someone who so concerned with facts, I would have thought you would have referenced that... hmmm, what else you know... or don't?
from what I know, the deaths are being attributed to an adjunct therapy that was used during the trials... something akin to drug interactions. I am not quite sure WHAT homework you did, or the conclusion you surmised but I would suggest if you that convinced of your finding, you should mortgage everything you own, and short with impunity.
Good luck with that... I really mean it.
It is MORE likely that Funds that weren't overly excited about show owning CELG during Q2, have less of a problem establishing a position at the beginning of Q3.
It'll shine when it shines ... (no sooner)
see, now I can't tell if you are adding to my sarcasm, or if I wasn't clear in the first place!?!
(My magic eight ball has a better track record)
Goldman Sachs analyst Alexander Duval downgraded Mobileye (NYSE: MBLY) to Hold today and set a price target of $40. The company’s shares closed yesterday at $39.79.
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unlike the truly intelligent, Johnny ONLY remembers when he is right... NOT when he is wrong, and is doomed to repeat his mistakes, over and over again... but in his defense, he isn't right all that often, so there are fewer things for him to remember.
you wouldn't need to play the part of carnival barker...
iff, you actually had confidence in your abilities
so how many strategic alliances have they locked up?? People just don't get what is involved in changing partners.... on a per model basis...
but Andy knows!