"cast disperrsions"- LOL- the word is aspersions.
And suing for slander? Slander is oral defamation, libel is written defamation. You just made a fool out of yourself by trying to intimidate another idiot- birds of a feather...
Only a few million in cash- need at least $100 million to commercialize worldwide.
With an approved product they will have to do a secondary to:
Fund launch of the drug and to meet the minimum market cap.
My guess is the secondary comes this week while the momentum is to the upside (but fading fast)
you are both idiots-
A- You can't lock up a liar but you can lock op someone that disseminates insider info.
How else will they raise money to commercialize worldwide?
yep-= I just saw it on Schwab news platform. Looking good.
Enjoying the ride but getting out the day before earnings come out on Dec. 19. Stocks sell of on the news, good or bad- learned that the hard way.
There sure are a lot of liars on this board. Must be a Texas Hold 'em match down the street.
Healthy growth seen for NAND flash market in 2014, thanks to SSDs • 1:04 PM
DRAMeXchange forecasts the NAND flash memory market will follow up on a solid 2013 by growing 13% in 2014 to $28B.
Though smartphone/tablet-related NAND sales are expected to grow, SSD demand is seen as the main growth driver: SSDs are expected to account for 25% of NAND chip shipments in 2014, up from a mere 13% in 2013.
While the price gap between SSDs and hard drives (on a $/GB basis) remains considerable, SSD sales to both the PC and server/storage markets have been ramping quickly, thanks to the technology's space, power, reliability, and read performance advantages. That's proving to be a headwind for Seagate (STX) and Western Digital (WDC -1.5%), in spite of their efforts to grow their SSD/flash storage positions.
In spite of recent price declines, the NAND industry's supply/demand is seen remaining favorable, with bit demand growth (37.6%) slightly outpacing supply growth (36.3%). Supply is expected to rise 40.3% in 2013.
DRAMeXchange's 2014 bit supply estimate is lower than the well-received 40% forecast provided by Micron (MU -0.3%) in August. SanDisk (SNDK +0.4%) has also been predicting NAND's supply/demand balance will remain healthy.
agreed- I always sell the news. Good or bad- it will sell off on earnings. Buy back in the next day.
you obviously are not from around here.