Not only that, but wouldn't they save the $750 million royalty payment also? That is, they're paying $750 million already.. Why not add to it and buy the whole company?
I'm regretting it too. Trying to convince myself it's not too late. Reality is, I've paid as high as 7.78. So if I were willing to buy then, why not now? I guess I'm kind of stunned by that meteoric rise in share price, and my instincts tell me I'll get a better price later. Again, thanks for your input.
like this? I haven't. According to Yahoo, there are still 112.95 million shares short. Are they all going to cover? Let's say they do. Where will that leave the share price?
true sluggo, but when I say 25% it's not a lot; certainly not close to being enough money to be comfortable, even if MNKD is as good as it seems to be. Although if it behaves like REGN did, and if I hang on, it would be enough.
no. But maybe I should. -- For me, 25% is already uncomfortable. And I can't believe I'm actually considering increasing it.
was too compelling to ignore. If you haven't listened to it or haven't read it, you ought to. My own dilemma is how large a position I can carry. MNKD is already 25% of my portfolio. Past experience just doesn't let me increase it. But this is just a compelling situation, I may have to break the rules. -- Anyone have a similar dilemma?