Thanks Terry for your well thought out response. Your agenda is very obvious. Denigrate anything remotely positive because that's what you get paid to do as a first class Loser. I think Yahoo message board would shut down if you ever posted a substantiated fact. Keep trying though. You get paid to be persistant.
Lux, good point about Increlex not being the valuable drug it was supposed to be. To battle in court again, would Increlex's new owner throw good? money after bad? It might be 2016 before it saw the inside of a court room. Why not negotiate another setlement or agreement where you get at least something. Happens all the time in business arrangements, just depends on what the cost is.
Why would they wait till 2018? If another entity had strong interest, why wouldn't they make a licensing deal prior to 2018 to give them enough lead time to prepare their business plan, and be ready to go at expiration?
Seems like prudent business
And since Insmed has newer patents on the Iplex formulation, who is to say they aren't outside the settlement agreement WITH certainty. Let's see how many patent lawyers chime in besides Terry on that one.
You might be correct that Insmed will not advance money for Iplex development, but doesn't mean a large pharma won't, especially those looking for new indications and a willingness to spend money on R & D.
Terry. Tell us who you talked to so that we can do so. Wouldn't want to get two different intepretations from different people. Let us know so we can verify what you know as a certainty.
Good job complaining Terry. Better be alert for the knock on the door. Especially after slandering Lewis.
Fact. You still don't know what that word means. Your agenda is quite obvious here. Better have an exit strategy, as you're gonna need it, and take those hard earned quarters and save them for a good attorney. I KNOW you know what I mean.
Sure would love to see how you did in statistics based on guesses:
50% chance that PPS will suffer when P-2 results revealed. - no upside here per you
25% chance that results will be borderline positive - no upside here per you
25% chance that results will be very disappointing, and PPS will tank big time - no upside here per you
Obviously, you must have some facts that give you the negative uncertainty you're projecting here. Is that from your science or medical research background that you would like to share with us?
He also may want to contact Guinness World Records, as he obviously is one of the few in the world that can type on a keyboard with his head firmly entrenched up his rear end.
Not so sure they have taken their GED and citizenship classes yet! However, they are well versed in the art of deception, but not sentence structure or even spelling.!!
What pamphlet did you get that dribble from? Unfortunately, lies, falsehoods, non transparency is what this Obamacare is all about. It could have been a good program if done correctly, It's foundation is sand, and built of a house of cards. If you think there's a lot of noise about the individual policies, wait till the smaller group marketplace begins cancelling coverages, dropping spouses & dependents from plans, or getting new plans with much higher deductibles AND higher premiums in order to subsidize many on the Obamacare. I think most people believed there was a cost to insuring the uninsurable, but not to the extent they are going to see in the future. Your like the other Loser on this board who cannot substantiate anything with facts. Maybe you're related?
Was curious if anybody received any phone calls from a New York financial company wanting to discuss the financial holdings of Rice Bran Technologies. I called back, but have not had any conversations with anyone as of yet.
Your FOS. I happen to see the opposite of what you're stating every day. The lousy plans were the mini-medical plans, but many people had good individual plans that are going bye bye thanks to the mandates in the Affordable Care Act. You are the one who doesn't know what's happening, but think that you do!!
Historian. It's more human nature than anything. People will help people make money with their knowledge of things, especially on Wall street. Just an observation from many decades of experience.
Pretty simple. Inside information based upon business friendships, contacts, analysts. Are any board members of a public company that are affiliated with hedge funds, venture capital companies, underwriters etc privy to more info than retail investors? If additional capital is needed for a public company, the executives bid out the stock offering to several financial companies to raise the funds. Usually one or several underwriters are selected based upon fee structure, commission costs. If you use Insmed as an example, the last offering done a couple of months ago had 2 or 3 firms that completed the offering to raise the funds with the additional stock issued. How many employees in each firm did the research on Insmed. How many questions regarding trials, FDA, marketing, European approval were asked and answered before they committed to providing a proposal?
Do you think retail investors would have that opportunity to get questions answered with in depth probing of the company's mechanics of their products or drugs? Insmed has no revenues. Just potential based upon the information provided.
I believe institutions and traders will walk up or down in 100 share lots to buy at a higher or lower share price in larger volume to accomplish whatever their motive is. Insmed is a perfect stock for that as it awaits news that will propel the stock much higher or lower. All these traders on the message board are discussing ranges of the share price. If you are not a buy and hold investor, and you want to effectuate returns of say 20%, why not trade 4 or 5 times at 4% to 5% returns to get your 20%, especially if you have months in between of no news to move the stock forward or backward. Institutions have more access to information than the retail investors.
Good Point, If 75% to 80% of total shares are in institutional hands, it would appear that if institutions want more shares at cheaper prices, some of them will continue this game in 100 share trades to take out sell stops.
Traders will play both sides of the fence depending upon their motives that day or week.