I think it is far more interesting to contemplate the Aug option activity (even though they ended up pretty much worthless) and the last few dazes [SIC] action... (volume and price)
make sure to keep your eyes on "Insider Transactions" over the next couple of days...
There has been no reason to reward [ANY exceptional] performance.
I think I heard to assume 430M share float in the CC. Doesn't seem to budge ONE BIT given the buyback dollars.... very confusing.
this stock was virtually given up for dead. Other than today, it doesn't seem to attract the riff raff ... not too often anyway. Stocks that aren't cash flow positive, take time. If you aren't willing to wait, and (re)evaluate over time, you really should invest in these type of stocks. The MOMO crowd wants to turn the market into an immediate gratification slot machine... That is just not a long lasting model... but that is just how I feel.
you have to decide whether the people who are selling even knew about SUPN 24 hours ago. There are MANY more substantive issues that could occupy your mind.
you DO know the "fool me once... fool me twice..." saying ... right?? See, I live by #$%$, or get off the pot" Free passes are over... time to show their worth.
they are at the point of transitioning into profitability. The large short position has diminished, so you can't really expect wild [transient] swings. Things are just where they are suppose to be. Be patient.
• Second quarter combined net product revenue for Oxtellar XR® and Trokendi XR® was $27.6 million. Total revenue for the first half of 2014 was a record, $38.7 million.
• Raising guidance for annual revenue to approximately $105 million, and expecting to be profitable for the full year.
• Trokendi XR revenue for the second quarter, $22.6 million, includes prescriptions filled during the first and second quarters, as well as product in the distribution channel as of June 30. Going forward, revenue for Trokendi XR will be recorded based on shipments to wholesalers.
• Net income in the second quarter was $3.2 million, compared to a net loss of ($15.5) million in the first quarter.
• Cash burn for the second quarter totaled $8 million, as compared to $20 million for the first quarter.
any bets on whether UNXL will have any devices on the shelves THIS Christmas??
two years ago, shareholders were led to believe that the wind down of the take or pay agreements would meaningfully add to the bottom line... ?!?!?! Strategically, this company is operating well below its peers, that only, the clearing of the corner offices, is most likely to resolve. ... except "being exceptionally well positioned for future growth" ... yet tomorrow never seems to materialize.
they need to be able to convince customers that they can meet their every need, as requirements change. These people have some really good offerings, that NEVER get exploited into continuing sales. The head of the company is more interested in securing a comfortable retirement, than showing the world what a heads up company can accomplish. The BOD lets this continue. The entire situation is just sad.
this is truly a good step forward... the real question is why it has taken so long. I am sure Laub is doing the best he can (?!?)... he has proven over time, he just isn't up to the task... fact.
at least I peaked one person's intellectual curiosity... I feel vindicated. NON-GAAP is being totally abused in an attempt to perpetuate the stock buyback ruse... returning cash to stockholders my rear end.