The IBB was up only .68% yesterday, while the XBI was up 2%, which tells us that the smaller biotechs did much better than the large ones. But I'm not talking about one day's performance. With its robust cashflow, I expected this to recover to 110 by now.
In other words, aside from one person masquerading as several different posters, this board is entirely populated by true believers. Why wouldn't they want to hear at least one dissenting voice? Incidentally, I'm not short this stock; I wouldn't short any pharma stock - it's too dangerous. For the same reason, I would not put a major chunk of my assets behind any one pharma stock. I've shorted stocks in the past, and was shorting the S&P via SDS in recent days. But if I had been short individual stocks, it would have been insane not to cover your position during the course of those recent plunges in the averages.
If you did indeed take profits and sell half your position, I applaud your wisdom. However, for someone who has taken money off the table and moved on, your posts seems a tad emotional. ("wild rabid dog" ,etc.) And if, as you claim, "the 'tutes are buying up this stock like wild men", why isn't the price going up?
Where does "inbred" come from? The longer this stock stays stalled out, the angrier you seem to become.
As a footnote, in Friday's Credit-Suisse report, Triumeq continues to gain on Stribild, with 6,635 Trx to Stribild's 12,977. The launch of this drug is proceeding at substantially faster pace than the launch of Stribild.
Dear nit (May I call you nit?), In my post I gave you credit for selling half your position. Although on July 28 you were inquiring as to how you would buy an additional million dollars worth of stock, which sounds less like someone who is selling than someone who is doubling up. You were also forecasting an "imminent" buyout in the 15-20 area. If you believed that, selling out half your position would seem counterintuitive. In fact, far from selling and deploying some of your profits elsewhere, I'll bet that when this fell back from its high, you added to your position.
You were also forecasting that 8.75 - 9 was a new base and that the stock would quickly move to 11. You even spoke in terms of a "5 or 6 bagger". I think you added to your position at that "base" and all the blather about taking half your profits and deploying them elsewhere is untrue.
This impostor, according to stylistic clues and familiar themes, is nit.
I, bearofbleecker, never post with the childish "hahahaha". Or "LOL". Or " LMAO". The absurdity of "losing your bosses (sic)money" is characteristic. If I was, as you maintain, a "paid basher", garnering pennies a post, do you think my boss would trust me with his money?
By the way, why do some here go to the trouble of creating multiple id's? If you're ashamed to use your own id, perhaps you ought not to post at all.
Yes, the stock is about to be bought out at 15 - 20. All the longs here know this for a certainty. However, the rest of the world seems oblivious to this.
"Bullies"? By common agreement here, there is only a single negative voice here desperately posting under different id's to keep his head above the inexorably rising tide of Synergy's stock price. How can you be bullied by a single drowning short?
"Everyone thinks the stock is heading upwards of 16+" ..... This is getting pretty silly. Even my BHFM (Beloved Hedge Fund Manager) is thinking of laying me off from my job as a paid basher. He says that the stock seems to be sinking of its own accord and my services may no longer be necessary. Without the nickel I collect for every negative post, I will be unable to afford my customary 15 cent lunch (a single dinner roll from the local Day Old Baked Goods store). So I appeal to you, John Paulson, and all those other big institutional players to intervene now and save my job by driving this up a few cents!
BHFM ( Beloved Hedge Fund Manager) told me that if this closed below 7 today, my services as a paid basher would no longer be needed. As he put it, "You don't pay someone to beat up a corpse." I'm hoping that the little bounce up to 7 in the after hours will be enough to save my job. But if you guys let this fall below 7 tomorrow, my only source of income will dry up. Maybe you could call up John Paulson and get him to hold this up for a day or two - I'd appreciate it. Otherwise it's back to the doublewide with Mom and her lousy foodbank cheese sandwiches.
Thank you for trying to hold SGYP above water ..even if you only repost old Motley Fool pieces. BHFM has threatened to lay me off from my lucrative paid basher gig if this closes below 6 again tomorrow. Maybe you could find something a bit more convincing, since it seems that on a percentage basis, SGYP has dropped considerably more than IRWD since MF published this. Perhaps you could repost that stuff about e-coli. Just a suggestion.
Well, everything except apple juice has a warning about kid safety these days: aspirin, antacids, vitamins, etc. Maybe you could stir up some anxiety about Linzess and pets - everyone knows how nasty dog diahrrea can be. Just a thought.
You're betraying your ignorance again. Thalidomide - not "thalidamide" - was never approved by the FDA. It was the FDA's Dr. Francine Kelsey who stood in the way of its approval ...which initiated the new policy where drug manufacturers had to demonstrate both safety and efficacy. (thalidomide was in the process of undergoing a clinical trial, which back in those days consisted of distributing it and seeing if anyone got sick.). And thalidomide eventually made the fortunes of Celgene when it became the standard of carefor multiple myeloma.
I am agitating for a black box warning on prunes and figs. And an outright ban on green apples.
Incidentally, when i was being a wet blanket on the DNDN board and owned a position in MDVN, iit was often pointed out that MDVN "only owned half a drug". (They were partnered with Astellas.). MDVN eventually went over 140; DNDN eventually went bankrupt. Moral: Half a good drug is better than all of an inferior drug.
Awwwww. By "valuable posts" do you mean the ones which predict an imminent buyout at 15+? Or the nonsense about Linzess being doomed because it contains a form of e-coli? Or the ones which exult about the inevitable capitulation of "trapped shorts". If you want a soothing bedtime story, I think these popular fairytales are still available here.