There is no reason to buy this stock now. It is not going to run away to the upside. When good news seems likely the price will go up.
All good reasons for why this will at first be a niche market. There is more and more consolidation in healthcare so more practices will have someone who can handle this aspect of care.
My mother is dead and I live on 16 acres. I am very long this stock and have been since its inception. Jeesh you are in a bad mood. Be patient.
It seems to me that something major is happening.
I think we will see $25 soon.
I think selling Ciner would have been the better move.
Buy low sell high is better than buy high sell low.
Oil prices can surge at any time and a better price can be obtained.
Does this small amount of cash really help?.
I think the sale was an unwise move.
January 1, 2018 is a better time frame.
once the people running TTNP/Braeburn are replaced
Good luck with that.
I tend to agree with you but would add one thought. Since the news has come out, it is likely that there will not be any major news for some time. So TTNP becomes a safe trade. It is safe for shorts and for pumpers. So we may see these sorts of swings. It does not bother me one bit. I am not in a position to know if people are going to drive the price up or down so I have no basis to sell or buy.
If the price goes down below $4 I might add or if it goes up over $10 I might sell.
In he meantime the mice will play so I just watch.
Have a great weekend.
Those who bought to get rich on the approval or a buyout are moving to greener pastures. The average volume gives that away. The stock will settle when the volume drops to average.
There is not a lot of potential for news so it probably will then just trade in a range and hopefully gradually creep up.
Perfectly normal behavior.
I am long but the short was a good trade. The upside was limited and the downside was $1 or less. The company has bad history of FDA interactions. I was comfortable with my position but when you can short with no penalty for being wrong that is a good short.
I doubt any. I know someone who uses prescribed opiods for pain. She only takes them when she has pain which is not all the time. Is this the best medication for pain relief? It would seem to be risky for a doctor to use anything that involves a surgical procedure unless there are clear benefits to that approach. The Black Box warming makes it very risky for a doctor to prescribe this medication because the risk of lawsuits would be high.
The Parkinsons application makes more sense to me if even dosage is a benefit.
Compliance and steady dosage would appear to be the benefits that Titan has to offer.
No one has mentions Alzheimer's patients or people traveling where if you lose your meds you may not be able to get them replaced.
I think future approvals will be a lot easier now. The resistance to the approach has been overcome. .
Why don't you do that. The SEC has nothing better to do than deal with diaper newbies. There used to be double counting. You buy, the market maker sells. Is that two transactions or one. The deal if routed to a particular MM but they have no inventory. It they say that to the brokerage firm the future orders will be routed somewhere else so they buy from another MM at a a discounted or zero commission rate and then sell you the shares. Same if they are long and want to lower their long position.
Do you get the point yet? You would not be complaining if the price went up. So change your diaper. It stinks.
I thought we would close even as the day traders closed their shorts.
Now we have to wait. There may be some deals made soon but I suspect there will be wait to see how well this stuff is accepted by doctors and patients.
The company is solvent and has potential. We should be happy.
For those who soiled their pants today...wear Depends.