Could be, but the big event is going to be May 7th and even bigger when FDA grants a change in the primary endpoint for the next trial.
To be fair, it is a lot more complex than just getting DNA, but we are gaining understanding of the human body that we could never have had with the processors of old.
jaybull: I'm optimistic here. I don't think the lawsuits will have any impact on stock price, and Aerie would waste more time+energy counter-suing than the pennies they would get out of it. These "lawyers" are all suing 100s of companies each...
It leaves a bad taste in one's mouth, to see all these ambulance chasers on the front page. In fact, I haven't ever seen so many at one time.
There is still a little lag because the ignored post data is not loaded right away by Yahoo. I have a tiny amount of free time and I'll work on alleviating that issue.
I wrote a Greasemonkey script to deal with Yahoo's poorly implemented ignore feature. It will de-clutter the messageboard by removing all of your ignored users from any sort of visibility. Just google "Yahoo Finance Messageboards Total Ignore" (with the quotes) and you will see a link to userscripts-mirrorDOTorg.
Still so much work to do. CLDN is one of the pioneers that went in just a bit early.
I completely agree with you. Biotech and especially the whole stem cell sector has been held down in the past couple of years by extremely greedy short manipulators who would rather kill off a company to make a quick buck rather than allow innovation.
Sorry, where are you reading this? I just looked through their March 2015 presentation. They mis-spelled "engineered".
BTW, just to clarify, this is a free script (for greasemonkey, etc.) I made and posted on userscripts. That has since shut down, but there is a mirror site. You can find it if you just google "Yahoo Finance Messageboards Total Ignore" (in quotes).
"Yahoo Finance Messageboards Total Ignore".
I wrote it and just re-enabled it.
Another idea? Auto-ignore. Get data from a central database, and ignore idiot bashers automatically without doing a thing. Kind of like Adblock. Anyone interested in that?