Looks like watertight logic to me. Although I think your numbers may be a little conservative, since you take no account of the many who will forge prescriptions for Belviq. Perhaps another 50,000 a week. I also foresee "Belviq mills" springing up - shady operations which, for a fee, will write you a prescription for Belviq whether you're obese or not. After all, the ancilliary benefits in terms of muscle building, anti-smoking, etc. are so great that many people of normal weight will want to avail themselves of this drug I say 250,000 a week at first, and then building from there.
Well, this is obviously the self-bump that turned red around and set him on a new path. Like Saul falling off his horse on the way to Damascus. I have been praying for red, and his wonderful transformation proves that it's never too late for repentance.
No reason to trade this stock, in my mind, unless you want to give a good part of the upside to the government. Just put it under the mattress for a year. Or, hopefully, more.
Hung seemed to hint at success in the PREVAIL trial, which would drive this much higher. He attributed his confidence to the results of earlier trials, since the PREVAIL trial will obviously not be unblinded until later this year. But he was treading perilously close to promising success, I think.
News flash!! Now, according to desertridgept., Belviq is also a cure for breast cancer!! Will there be any disease left uncured by this miraculous panacea?
According to their most recent 13F filing, Baker Brothers Advisors, the $5 billion pharma fund generally acknowledged to be one of the best in the field, held $878 million worth of PCYC. This was their largest holding, constituting 17.76% of their portfolio. Seattle Genetics was #2.
Well, whether they were unloading shares or shorting, they would sell you all you wanted @7.96. A better question might be.... How much money was spent trying to take it to 8?
Is that the parable where the man is set upon by hedge fund bullies, who beat him, rob him, and take his ARNA stock?
No, incredibly dangerous to go short when the MM's have the float controlled. So dangerous that only they will (or can) do it.
This is the drug that will put all other drugs out of business! A dose of Belviq and you can drop the metformin, Lipitor, Nicorette, ....sell your Walgreen's stock immediately!
You will recall that Svetlana, my seventh wife, is a youthful 26. However, in the bar where I met her in Kiev, all of the girls were given a daily dose of Belviq, and it seemed to produce a strong craving for grape juice and Bacardi.
And it's a miracle blood pressure drug! And a miracle anti-cholesterol drug!
My position on ARNA has always been the same: Dangerous to go either long or short. Potentially disastrous to have all of your eggs in this particular basket.
It's a miracle anti-smoking drug! It's a miracle muscle-building drug! It's a miracle Modulator of the G-Protein Coupled MAS! It's a dessert topping! It's a floor wax! It removes harmful engine deposits! It's Belviq!
Actually, The June9 calls at 13 cents would be an even better investment. When the stock reaches 14 in June, you will have multiplied your investment 37 times, rather than the more modest 30 times yielded by the July calls.