Today on Fareed Zacharia he showed how meditation is being used to help police cope with the stress of the job. I sent CNN/FZ an email suggesting that some shootings by police may be purely accidental, stemming from a lack of training in high pressure situations. I suggested they check out Vtsi website. I know there is a timely story here. Actually, Bob Ferris should invite Fareed to visit and check out the training first hand.
Ubo, thanks for checking. You are absolutely correct, I am wrong, to my great relief. The BB shares are there. I was too quick. For the sake of all longs, I hope the company succeeds.
Yes, I see the BB holdings on yahoo finance, but when I checked it on J3 information services under either ARWR or Baker Bros, there is nothing there. Also, checking NASDAQ services I also find nothing. So I'm confused about what is correct?
Why then, have so many institutional investors abandoned ARWR? Baker Brothers went to zero. Institutional ownership is half of what it was two years ago. Either the company or the institutions are wrong. Thus my earlier post.
Mud, sorry to Bug you, but I think my point is worth making. I have been involved with ARWR for around 20 years. Over that time I have listened to megatons of hype, all of which has turned to dust in the wind. This is simply a statement of fact. Past missteps notwithstanding, the market gives ARWR/CA another chance and they blow it with hype and a failure to deliver, or at least manage through proper communication. So, truth be told, I am just hanging around with my 50,000 share long position, waiting to see if ARWR is really legitimate, or I am the greater fool.
What ever happened to Calando and all of the other "great" things arrowhead/alzone were involved in before Roche deal? Was it all smoke, or is there something there they just never talk about? Anybody?
Think a reverse split may be coming. CEO tried a 1 for 20 about 5-6 years ago when the shares were lower than they are today. Was voted down. Would not be surprised to see a 1 for 10 attempt coming soon with voting before the Sept meeting.
Updown, Vtsi is climbing a major wall of small retail investor worry, but doing it successfully over the past five years or so. With little exception, this class of investor has little patience with just how long it takes for a microcap to actually grow to the point where a more resource rich class of investor would take interest. The curve is exponential with real share appreciation coming rapidly only after many years of slogging along. Most companies never get there. Vtsi has come a long way,but in the absence of a takeover, probably has several years to go before making the big turn upward on the curve. I have been buying/holding this stock for about seven years and own 2.2 million shares. The company is unique.