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Networthdev 56 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 18, 2014 11:16 AM Member since: Apr 9, 1999
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  • networthdev networthdev Feb 7, 2014 5:10 AM Flag

    I wouldn't be, one man's behind is another mans arss. "Don't worry, be happy". Sanofi just bought a boat load of REGN stock (check insider trading records) AND announced they are increasing their ownership percentage. Only one reason for those actions, they KNOW how valuable REGN is today, and how much more valuable it will become.

  • Reply to

    CEO on CNBC next!

    by optionstrader4u Feb 6, 2014 3:55 PM
    networthdev networthdev Feb 6, 2014 8:46 PM Flag

    Nah, just your SHORT nerves getting to you. LOL :-)

    Remember, GMCR & KO!!!!! LOL X 10,000

  • networthdev networthdev Feb 6, 2014 8:43 PM Flag

    Might be good for SHORTS to think GMCR & KO. :-)

  • networthdev networthdev Feb 6, 2014 6:37 PM Flag

    Very weak Noballs, you have to misrepresent to try and even knock an OPINION that the rest of the WORLD is abut to come to. SHORTS are not only dumb, their DEAD. LOL :-)

  • Reply to

    CEO on CNBC next!

    by optionstrader4u Feb 6, 2014 3:55 PM
    networthdev networthdev Feb 6, 2014 6:08 PM Flag

    I watched the interview, just Google if interested, or go to CNBC under videos and you will find. I thought Colin hit the ball out of the park!! "Home robots are just getting STARTED"!!!

  • networthdev networthdev Feb 6, 2014 5:56 PM Flag

    For slow Googlers.

    From Grantham:

    "I recently took a drive in a GMO colleague’s Tesla from New York to Boston. Now, I am about as far from a car freak as you will easily find. I just turned in a 12-year-old Volvo that unfortunately had been sideswiped, for otherwise it was good for years more. But I have to say that my recent Tesla journey was my #1 car experience ever.

    "Three years ago I test drove a Tesla in Boston and it was a tinny, rattly, super-expensive toy. Its battery alone cost $50,000! Last month, its chief engineers suggested its cost today is $22,000. In three years they and other experts are confident that the battery will be less than $15,000 and probably its weight will have fallen also. The Tesla feels like the $75,000 vehicle it is and not simply adjusting for the fact that it is electric, but on its own merit.

    "Many of you will know that this vehicle has a range of 150 to 270 miles depending on battery size and that it received two prestigious car of the year awards along with being given the highest crash ratings of any vehicle ever! Consumer Reports gave it the co-equal highest ratings in the magazine’s 77 years! Even more importantly for me, there was this series of what I can only describe as my first iPad moment: “Wow, that’s cool!” And cool it was as the extreme acceleration pushed me back into the passenger seat for the first time in my life, aided, it must be said, by an exuberant new owner at the wheel. We had enough charge to reach Boston easily, but out of curiosity and in need of a coffee break, we stopped to charge the battery at the one and only charging station halfway home. Twenty-five minutes later, we were back on the road, fully charged up. And for free! (Full disclosure: I regrettably have owned no shares in Tesla."

  • Google article if title interested, "LEGENDARY INVESTOR: I Drove A Tesla And It Was The Greatest Car Experience I've Ever Had"

  • Reply to

    WHY I AM SHORTING IRBT at $39.60 Today

    by bubble1964us Feb 6, 2014 2:51 PM
    networthdev networthdev Feb 6, 2014 3:22 PM Flag

    Think GMCR and KO. :-)

  • Reply to

    WHY I AM SHORTING IRBT at $39.60 Today

    by bubble1964us Feb 6, 2014 2:51 PM
    networthdev networthdev Feb 6, 2014 3:03 PM Flag

    I just thought it was because you're a little SLOW. You should listen hard to the call, listen for a question regarding IP, then once you've heard the answer. Think about recent news in this industry (i.e. current events) and then a certain aspect of your anatomy will PUCKER. :-)

    GLTA (Longs that is)

  • Reply to

    Light at the End of the Tunnel

    by rolo4477 Feb 5, 2014 8:49 PM
    networthdev networthdev Feb 6, 2014 10:10 AM Flag

    I think that light could be a whole new GALAXY. :-)

    GLTA (Longs that is)

  • Mark Schoenebaum, Twitter

  • Flash Market Inc. added to its stable of Pizza Inn franchises in Alabama, Arkansas, and Tennessee by opening four new Pizza Inn Express locations last month. Three are in Arkansas (Brinkley, Trumann, and Wynne). The other is in Clarkton, Missouri.

    A fifth Pizza Inn Express, owned by franchisee Yasin Mohammad, began operations in Jarrell, Texas, and Dave Gonzalez opened another unit in late January in Hebbronville, Texas. It was a record number of openings in a single month in recent company history.

    “It’s been an exciting month at Pizza Inn with all the new openings and opportunities for continued expansion arising every day,” says Randy Gier, chief executive officer of Pizza Inn Holdings Inc. “Flash Market has been an outstanding and highly successful franchise partner of ours since 2009. Our entire franchise team came together to ensure the success of all these openings, and they are prepared to keep the growth momentum going in the months ahead.”

    Flash Market owns and operates more than 85 convenience-store locations across the Southeast, with 35 different restaurant concepts represented. In addition to the units opened in January, the company operates one Pizza Inn restaurant in Lebanon, Tennessee, another in Cave City, Arkansas, a location in Saraland, Alabama, and two units in Marion, Arkansas.

    “The Pizza Inn brand is synonymous with quality products, excellent service, and great value,” says Keith Brown, food service director for Flash Market. “We believe the potential for continued growth is virtually limitless, so we’re very pleased to expand our partnership with Randy and his terrific team.”

  • For complete article, Google article title, "Roomier Willamette Valley Vineyard welcomes coastal tastes"

    A roomier Willamette Valley Vineyards welcomes a taste of the coast this weekend, and guests from around the area seem to appreciate both.

    The 17th Annual Mo’s Crab & Chowder Festival kicked off with 500 attendees Friday evening – more than double that of a year ago – then kicked into full gear by early afternoon Saturday. A steady stream of visitors negotiating up the Turner area foothill at midday Saturday could be an early indicator of a banner event.

    “We had just over two hundred on Friday last year,” said Christine Collier, direct sales manager for Willamette Valley Vineyards. “We had 500 people between 6 and 9 p.m. last night.”

    The scenically-set WVV is undergoing the latter stages of a makeover that began last April with the upshot yielding room for about 250 more guests at a given time. Live music moved to the cellar amid the working wooden-cask décor lining the walls, while space upstairs afforded roomier environs for sipping and tasting.

    Bob Scull, general manager for Mo’s Restaurants, said even the kitchen space was considerably roomier.

    “We’ve been coming over here for 14 years,” Scull said, recalling some years of temperatures in the teens and grills tended out of doors. He gestured to a tub simmering 30 gallons of chowder as an example, along with a host of burners adjacent to it, and plenty of room for his staff of 14 to maneuver.

  • networthdev by networthdev Jan 22, 2014 5:21 PM Flag

    Google article title if interested, "Three international pharma groups including US giant Eli Lilly make 'friendly approaches' for Ariad"

  • Reply to

    Interesting company

    by networthdev Jan 7, 2014 2:50 PM
    networthdev networthdev Jan 22, 2014 10:07 AM Flag

    We'll looks like they showed us SOME of the money, keep it coming guys!!!

    GLTA (Longs that is) :-)

  • networthdev by networthdev Jan 21, 2014 1:56 PM Flag

    I'm in, the idea is GREAT, the team is very credible, and the university deal says there is a market. Go BMRN, and GLTA (Longs that is) :-)

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