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Momenta Pharmaceuticals Inc. Message Board

bdover23 70 posts  |  Last Activity: Nov 28, 2012 12:21 PM Member since: Nov 1, 2010
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  • Dew can not even put a positive spin on the Company

  • eom eom

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    Mylan beats!

    by StickerShock Feb 21, 2012 8:37 AM
    bdover23 bdover23 Feb 21, 2012 9:55 AM Flag

    its not about the quarter its all about 1pm

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    Curious choice of words re Lovenox:

    by froy99_99 Feb 8, 2012 11:11 AM
    bdover23 bdover23 Feb 9, 2012 9:44 AM Flag

    "Yea it is bad news that we got the launch, but we still don't know if this is a full scale launch. WPI could be launching in small amounts just because they know it will hurt MNTA, but not going full scale because they don't want to put too much at risk in the event that they lose the patent case later. I don't think this takes a potential settlement off the table at all."

    Disagree if they were going to settle would have happened, once WPI launched would think sanofi will launch. if wpi were going to settle makes more sense without AG (more money to split)if sanofi launches may not back out this time because customers will get upset (why would you buy from sanofi when they keep pulling their product if you could get same price from wpi or mnta)

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    Curious choice of words re Lovenox:

    by froy99_99 Feb 8, 2012 11:11 AM
    bdover23 bdover23 Feb 9, 2012 9:44 AM Flag

    "Yea it is bad news that we got the launch, but we still don't know if this is a full scale launch. WPI could be launching in small amounts just because they know it will hurt MNTA, but not going full scale because they don't want to put too much at risk in the event that they lose the patent case later. I don't think this takes a potential settlement off the table at all."

    Disagree if they were going to settle would have happened, once WPI launched would think sanofi will launch. if wpi were going to settle makes more sense without AG (more money to split)if sanofi launches may not back out this time because customers will get upset (why would you buy from sanofi when they keep pulling their product if you could get same price from wpi or mnta)

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    must read

    by chart2001 Feb 6, 2012 3:00 PM
    bdover23 bdover23 Feb 7, 2012 10:51 AM Flag

    what would be bigger plus for Mylan would be if there is really an issue with watson's biostudy then an arguement could be made that watson is not first to file since it was not a complete filing then mylan would be first to file on an approximate 1.0b product.

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    MNTA PR notable for what it does NOT say:

    by froy99_99 Jan 26, 2012 1:43 PM
    bdover23 bdover23 Jan 29, 2012 2:17 PM Flag

    this all started when froy 99 made an idiotic comment that MNTA did not need to make a press release since it was not material to them.

    My issue is that I am a significant shareholder and I do not like when the company potentally exposes the company to sec action which would further damage the company. I have significant experience in this area and what they did is wrong. Companies halt trading in their stock or issue a short release with a one liner "company lost case plans to apeal" then follow with a more detail release later. If you look at the message board history you can see i asked at 939 am what was going on milions of shares were trading and no news could be found it took 25 mins before anyone could figure it out with many posters looking. so you can't have people in the know and others out.

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    MNTA PR notable for what it does NOT say:

    by froy99_99 Jan 26, 2012 1:43 PM
    bdover23 bdover23 Jan 29, 2012 11:59 AM Flag

    Straight from FD if you are going to reference something you should try reading it

    "2. Disclosures of Material Nonpublic Information

    The final regulation, like the proposal, applies to disclosures of "material nonpublic" information about the issuer or its securities. The regulation does not define the terms "material" and "nonpublic," but relies on existing definitions of these terms established in the case law. Information is material if "there is a substantial likelihood that a reasonable shareholder would consider it important" in making an investment decision.38 To fulfill the materiality requirement, there must be a substantial likelihood that a fact "would have been viewed by the reasonable investor as having significantly altered the 'total mix' of information made available."39 Information is nonpublic if it has not been disseminated in a manner making it available to investors generally."

    Case law on this point is clear the courts do not do a press release on their rulings they just post ruling on their website it is the company's responsibility if material to report "if material (which this clearly was lost 20 % of market cap in one hour) as soon as possible so that all shareholders are aware of this material development. The company was present at the time of ruling and was 100% negligent for waiting over 6 hours with over 6 million shares traded to formally disclose a fact which they were aware of that all shareholders needed to be informed.

    Spin it anyway you like you and MNTA are just wrong.

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    MNTA PR notable for what it does NOT say:

    by froy99_99 Jan 26, 2012 1:43 PM
    bdover23 bdover23 Jan 28, 2012 12:36 PM Flag

    "The Court is not bound by SEC Reg FD.

    p.s. You're now on Ignore. "


    DA the court is not bound by reg FD but MNTA is they are the ones responsible for disclosing Material information as soon as they become aware of it i.e. at 930 am not 145 pm after 6m shares have traded


    JUST LIKE EVERY OTHER INSTANCE WHEN SOMEONE PROVES YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHAT YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT, YOU AGAIN FAIL TO ADMIT YOU WERE WRONG

    SO YOU TAKE YOUR BALL AND GO HOME SEE YA DA FRAUD

  • Reply to

    MNTA PR notable for what it does NOT say:

    by froy99_99 Jan 26, 2012 1:43 PM
    bdover23 bdover23 Jan 28, 2012 11:45 AM Flag

    Clueless person wrote

    "WTF are you talking about? MNTA did not know when the Appellate Court was going to issue its ruling.

    It would be nice if patent courts would call the stock exchange to request a trading halt when a material ruling is coming but, alas, it doesn’t work that way."

    WTF are you talking about the company was 100% aware that the courts were going to make a ruling, since the final oral arguements were presented that morning with final ruling to follow and if you listened to the arguements you would hear that senior management was in the room so well aware that a ruling was coming on their one and only product which is clearly material no matter which way the court ruled. So like you, the company was clearly wrong.

    I guess you have never heard of the SEC's regulation FD so STFU.

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    MNTA PR notable for what it does NOT say:

    by froy99_99 Jan 26, 2012 1:43 PM
    bdover23 bdover23 Jan 26, 2012 3:38 PM Flag

    That is the most stupid comment i have ever read. News that moves the stock over 20% requires an immediate press release if not halting of trading, we will be lucky to not have a shareholder suit before 5pm. I almost bought at $17 first thing today since i could find no news thought it was just someone who needed out of a big position. if I bought i would have been lead plaintif.

  • still must be a few friends they have not been able to call yet

    Rick shea and craig wheeler must be fired no idea how to run a public company

  • Reply to

    Momenta Screwed - Here comes Generic

    by uncletizz Jan 26, 2012 9:59 AM
    bdover23 bdover23 Jan 26, 2012 10:09 AM Flag

    let's see how many shares trade before mgmt can get a press release out

    Company has great technology but the worst MGMT very retail shareholder unfriendly. If you know you have a major ruling coming you halt trading of your stock until you can get the news out.

    CW and Rick Shea must go

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    why are we dumping at the open???

    by bdover23 Jan 26, 2012 9:39 AM
    bdover23 bdover23 Jan 26, 2012 9:50 AM Flag

    agree something much bigger sales I believe was a plus

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    Amphastar appeal hearing was yesterday

    by fib1_1_2_3_5 Jan 25, 2012 8:04 AM
    bdover23 bdover23 Jan 25, 2012 9:27 AM Flag

    "The focus was almost 100% on the Hatch-Waxman exemption (which allows companies to infringe in order to provide the FDA with the needed data to obtain the ANDA). The Chief Judge shot this down fairly hard, so I suspect the odds are very good that the PI holds. "

    The exemption allows company to file data with the fda prior to a patent expires so that the generic applicant can be approved day 1 when a patent expires. it does not allow an applicant to sell product violating a valid patent. Amphastar can use the violating data to prove to the fda their product is equivalent but they will not be able to sell their product until MNTA's patent expires (see you in 2020+) because they also use this data to show that each batch passes as well which is not covered by exemption

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    coury sells stock

    by chart2001 Jan 17, 2012 6:18 PM
    bdover23 bdover23 Jan 18, 2012 9:47 AM Flag

    no big deal just exercised options that were about to expire

  • 1/25/12 my guess not as bad as people think and the forward guidance will be good should be a big positive for MNTA, just what we need to push stock back over $20

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    TEVA versus MYLAN?

    by earlyoutpress Jan 4, 2012 8:04 PM
    bdover23 bdover23 Jan 6, 2012 10:55 AM Flag

    Both are great companies but Teva will have the overhang of their largest brand product copaxone (2.0B plus in sales)losing patent protection shortly. Being challenged by MNTA and MYL.

    So we all else equal I would buy Mylan

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    TEVA versus MYLAN?

    by earlyoutpress Jan 4, 2012 8:04 PM
    bdover23 bdover23 Jan 6, 2012 10:55 AM Flag

    Both are great companies but Teva will have the overhang of their largest brand product copaxone (2.0B plus in sales)losing patent protection shortly. Being challenged by MNTA and MYL.

    So we all else equal I would buy Mylan

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