JR...you said the same thing prior to the 2nd qtr results. With the small profit from the cancelled shipbuilding, div from ORIG, coupled with low expectations from analysts, we could easily see another beat. Hope you aren't short.
Why would any short be trying to "hold it back"? Why not cover and then engage in some mindless pumping to get the price up over $5, and then start selling short again? I suggest you are misreading the tape.
If you have to buy, go with the silver. India and China hoarding gold will keep silver up. Nobody is hoarding ISR, except Thourough. If ISR suddenly triples on great news we'll all be happy, even if we didn't buy at 1.25
Because when (if) he does the offering for 700mm it will immediately lower the price of the stock, possibly under $1. Then he would have to do a reverse split. He may as well do both at the same announcement. And it's easier to sell 50mm shares at 15 than it is 500mm at 1.5
That $700mm loan is more than the market cap of drys. GE may announce 1 for 10 reverse split and a secondary offering in stockholders meeting, if he really needs a new villa.
READANDWEEP...let's hope that, by mistake, the poster left out similar positive results for additional treatments between the period 8/2011 and the present. I believe the product is worth the risk, but the misleading hype by the pumpers serves no practical purpose, other than comfort to the shorts. And they've been given ample comfort lately.
As of 12-31-2013 Sabby management reported 624,526 shares of ISR
As of 3-31-2014 Sabby management reported 225,375 shares ISR
As of 6-30-2014 Sabby Management reported 0 shares of ISR
3-27-2014 ISR reported selling 5.5mm shares to an Institutional investor with a no public disclosure clause in the filing.
No company reported holding 5.5mm shares of ISR in the 3-31 or 6-30 filing. In May and June company officers of ISR conducted inside trades of ISR with the benefit of that information. I requested via email to Babcock that he provide the identitty of the institutional investor and their holdings. All requests were ignored.
On Sept 30 I filed a complaint with the SEC to require disclosure of that information and requested SEC force company to discontinue insider trades until they provided disclosure. Here is my response from SEC, (they indicate the filing is public record).
"We appreciate your informing us of your concerns regarding IsoRay, Inc. The Office of Investor Education and Advocacy (OIEA) processes many complaints received from individual investors and others. We keep records of the correspondence we receive in a searchable database that SEC staff may make use of in inspections, examinations, and investigations. In addition, some correspondence received by OIEA is referred directly to other SEC offices and divisions for their review. If they have any questions or wish to respond directly to your comments, they will contact you."
The complaint number is HO 00419822 HO
I dont know if the sudden disclosure by Sabby Management is a result of the complaint but I don't believe this is a new purchase. Thank You THESHAREPRICE for your DD.
Looks like half of my post was omitted. The following day it opened over $1 and immediately went to something like $13. It ended up around $30.
I missed the boat because I was to cheap to buy it at .05 instead of my order at .03, but it is a classic example of what can happen after a company files bankruptcy.
AUDIO...couldn't stand it any longer. Bought some more today. Ithink the economic situation in EU is going to make it difficult to keep the sanctions intact.
I'll give you an example. It was about 7 or 8 years ago. Vermillion, VRML, had filed for bankruptcy. It's stock was $.03. I put in an order, all or none
It will be very interesting to see how many of those institutions sold last quarter at the same time the insiders were selling.
NUTS...I'm long but obviously my credibility is is going to be in question if I don't agree with everything you say, but here goes:
1. Earnings are down
2. Implants are down from 840 to 750.
3 There was no positive news out of the last conference
4. The company does not have a credible IR department. They may as well hire a tempy worker to rehash old news periodically, and save the money they pay Accesswire (an incredibly amatuerish pumper).
Since you have determined by now that I have no credibility, I will offer this solution: Hire AMACALL to be the CIO. He has more medical knowledge than the CEO, his name sounds medical, and he is happy to post information.