Wow, these "investors" are drinking the Koolaid and not wanting to hear anything bad about the ICPT cult.
Good point on irresponsible targets, there was good news but the pps reflects everything as a done deal, and its far from that. When a stock is priced to prefection, any hiccup sends it crashing.
There were several side effects which have been given little consideration. puritus, cholesterol change, etc.
Cost of producing the drug is the only one of your factors the company has any control over. The others are big question marks as we go forward.
My concern is the losses and the new dilution and debt just announced. Seems to be getting worse with recent announcement for both additional stock and borrowing.
The company plans to issue about 3.4 million additional shares of common stock.
... SolarCity will also issue about $143.8 million in bonds due in 2018, which could be converted into shares of common stock
With the current losses, isnt this a major concern? How much dilution will occur?
You'll be glad to know the CRO agrees with you:
Hauenstein Glen W who is EVP and Chief Revenue Officer at Delta Air Lines Inc. (NYSE:DAL), sold 130,000 shares at $24.00 per share for a total value of $3,120,000.
SPLK competitors have much better key stats, much lower PE, etc. SPLK is very overvalued.
Drug dealer gang bangers are exempt from background checks. Checks are only for the law abiding citizens.
Started looking at Navistar as the share price is moving up nicely.
... in looking at the numbers quickly, they look horrible. The history of the company is
depressing, the botched engine design, and having Cummings build engines now, etc.
Can someone tell me why the numbers should be ignored and why a long position is a good idea.
What has changed, what are the positives that I'm missing here?
Trailing P/E (ttm, intraday): N/A
Forward P/E (fye Oct 31, 2014)1: 79.42
PEG Ratio (5 yr expected)1: -4.80
Profit Margin (ttm): -30.67%
Operating Margin (ttm): -7.68%
Return on Assets (ttm): -5.68%
Qtrly Revenue Growth (yoy): -11.90%'
Diluted EPS (ttm): -45.29
Book Value Per Share (mrq): -49.44
EBITDA (ttm)6: -587.00M
Net Income Avl to Common (ttm): -3.51B
Media thinks every "electronic weapon" is a taser, every rifle is an assault weapon and every handgun is a Glock. Chances are this was a cheap stun gun. ... and its a felony to have it anyway.
Good that you see whats its like to deal with unwanted and useless stuff .... kind of like reading most of your posts!