What potential in what? and you cant answer so you name call.You made up a story and were called on it. In my opinion, you are a low life #$%$
Psychologist really? I actually have met Terry.Judging from your past posts you seem to be awfully concerned about him.
10 thousand a day are signing up in my state and in California.The states that are entering the exchanges are saving money except higher salaried taxpayers and those with plans that should be scraped.I am sorry your ignorance is so easily seen.The total cancellation rate of all insurance policies is .6 of 1%.More than 6 Million who would not be covered are now covered as well as those who are now covered because they can not be dropped.The ACA is starting to put the US back in the world order of health care after years of Insurance company rip offs.
Haven't they been setting up forever? 15-20% buildup means results will be later than sooner.Please take note Insmed has changed their NTM results release date now for the third time to sometime in 2014
OT: Every day I get good policies and coverage.Those who were dropped FAR exceeded those who are having their rates increase.Insurance companies WANT you to KEEP your old policies because they suck.Your ignorance for Insurance coverage exceeds your asinine posts.
Insmed is now trading below its 50 day moving average which is a sell but news is the key indicator.
NTM results sometime next year
I thought 45% but don't hold me to that.
Being a burnt biotech investor (VICL - got killed when I owned it years ago (and again recently) was 3/4 owned by Instity's many times.Cancer is the holy grail and so many fail. NTM probably can show minimal benefits and be a winner.I got mouths to feed but if one of my other stocks hits and Insmed has a pullback it seems attractive.GLTL
Considering that the July offering was 6.9M shares and shares increased by 6 more million.
re:"socialized medicine which 90% of the world has"...like there was competition before the Affordable Care act." This is the best observation and correct statement in this thread.This is my last post on the subject.
discussing this issue with another ill informed patient about insurance on Friday
The ACact mandates that those in the exchanges (insurance companies) must have digital records.
Do any here know why,and why insurance companies who still use paper records hate this? (most still do).The non partisan OMB says the ACA will greatly reduce costs to the American taxpayer over he next 20 years.For those of you that want information Consumers Union and the AARP have correct and reliable information,not the kind of political nonsense you see here or on Fox.
So here is some Fox news facts since the age here is probably 65 or older.
"Fox News has the oldest audience among fully distributed cable networks. The network's average viewer last season was 65 years old, according to Nielsen.Viewers are even older than viewers of Hallmark Channel, Military Channel and Golf Channel.
Researchers at Fairleigh Dickinson University found that people who only watch Fox News are less informed than all other news consumers.The poll asked questions about international news and domestic affairs People who only listened to NPR or watched Sunday morning talk shows or "The Daily Show" did the best in the study.
I am a case manager for a large Institution and know more than any on this board about the Affordable Care Act what it does and what changes are taking place. I posted a couple of times and the responses are the sort of stuff I hear daily. Because of competition among insurers rates in the exchanges are lower in NY and the large states that are cooperating.Your point regarding the misinformation by the insurance conglomerate is affecting opinion but not facts.
Terry points on risks are valid.Iplex is no longer in Insmeds plans.Successful day trades.Yeah dont listen to him but I have. Ardea. Amylin, PCYC ,Acadia and 2 others.And the responses here ? 180 a share! Better wise up quick.If NTM fails the stock will be crushed.A sobering but realistic point.
checkyourshorts is a good example of someone who knows little so the politics enters.I work with patients every day.I understand why the act will actually reduce health care costs.(the statement that "premiums are exploding is patently false. I hope those that do not understand the law will get informed and why "free markets "in health care insurance is as ridiculous AF knowledge of "The Street" EOS