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analystnueve 3 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 15, 2014 7:54 AM Member since: Mar 24, 2011
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  • analystnueve by analystnueve May 7, 2014 11:19 PM Flag

    90/78 = 1.154 and 78/90 = 0.8667

    Dilution is an unfortunate aspect often encountered with a developing company's stock. Fortunately this company kept it small by limiting the amount of cash borrowed. Pricing was absurdly low, but they needed it before the clinical trial commencement so they went the quickie route. It was concluded in much shorter time than they allotted, indicating that they could have gone with a higher price point. They also did not have the past benefit of the former CEO pumping prior to the secondary offering. Nevertheless, it achieved the objective and they have the cash!

    Current share price is a strong buy by all measures. Frequently offering prices have fleeting affect and the share price retraces to a previous normal level. There's no reason to expect anything different here.

    If you are a stalwart long and want to negate the affects of the dilution on your percentage of shares, you can roughly achieve that by using the first factor listed above. For example, if you had 50,000 shares before the dilution, you may now want to have 50,000 X 1.154 or 57,700 shares to maintain your percentage.

    If you wish to buy more, and your average price per share is say $2.60, guess what? Your average PPS is still $2.60. However, it may be equivalent to 2.60 X 1.154 ($3.00) in terms of total investment cost. What would be a good price to pay for adding those makeup shares? If you feel that the stock will rise above your average PPS, then using the above: 0.8667 X 2.60 = 2.25. So anything $2.25 or below would be an acceptable price for your makeup shares. Right now the stock is at least a dollar below this example figure. I seriously doubt it will remain that low for much longer, so the buy opportunity is excellent while it lasts.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • analystnueve analystnueve May 9, 2014 9:46 PM Flag

    Never mind the $6 last year, this ticker touched $3 two years ago, stayed in mid twos and had barely any of what it has going for it now. Its a fabulous buy now!

  • Later this year when this stock is at least $4.00 don't cry about not having the chance to get in cheap.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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