Need to be thinking about this now so you can buy back quickly enough. I'm picking my losers as I speak. No need to wait until December.
So I did a search for Eric to see if I could find a travel itinerary that put him near NEVS and a link that emerged was to Glassdoor, a site that posts employee reviews. There were only two and they were probably disgruntled, but still. Nobody likes Eric. Poor Eric. One said:
Friendly people, decent compensation, basis for a decent product if management can get it's act together and they can get decent quality ...
Hard core long term might actually also be mental cases. Why else would be here? But we aren't the angry foam-flecked mouth mental case. We're more benign. I'm fine with that.
You're just asking for trouble. I'm still glad I was able to pick some up sub-$1. I hope that this happiness endures.
I'm not a statistician, but I can read good. Is the bottom line here the fact that the test was able to indicate AD in 8 of the 10 subjects known to have AD? As with most of my other swing for the fences small-bio plays I gain the greatest familiarity with the details only after the dice have left my hand. Have there been tests to show the ability to detect AD in subjects not previously diagnosed (a much longer time horizon, to be sure)?
8 out of 10 doesn't seem horrible. Though I suppose these odds wouldn't be so hot for a pregnancy test.
Having hung around here longer than I should have, it seems to me that the Q needed to hit a home run on the call. The filing was a strike, and unless the company has something concrete in the way of positive guidance folks are going to start abandoning this apparently rudderless ship in droves.