Sorry..... but the absolute price per share is meaningless Mr. Cheetah.
What is key is the market-cap.
Yeah.... promoting a new cancer screening test to save lives is such disingenuous behavior.
Now you know why Curtsey Flush got fired from her job.
She failed Basic High School Math.
They are all filled up with Travis Cocke.
The truth is that Travis Cocke started shorting EXAS at around $11.00 back in the Summer of 2013 and then used the pen-name of "Alpha Exposure" to write a 5- Part Series bashing EXAS on Seeking Alpha.
That was back at $11.00
That sure worked out well for young Travis.
Is he still in business... or did he have to shut down?
His website at Voss Capital doesn't seem to work.
Why is that Farrker?
Citadel, I'm sorry that I must inform you that this is yet another period of CRICKETS for Biopig.
You mean like the half dozen that you use to pollute this message board with on a daily basis?
You mean the part where he has several civil liens all stemming from his divorce from 15-19 years ago and a criminal charge of "disorderly conduct" from a bitter ex-wife?
Some might ask how Travis Cocke first became aware of EXAS?
Because he clearly has no background in biotech, medical device companies, let alone a science background.
Enter Dallas Baptist associate Biology professor, Aaron Fletcher.
Mr. Fletcher has a PhD in Biology from Colorado State and a bachelor's degree from York College.
A few years ago, Aaron started out "moonlighting" as an independent biotech research proprietor of his own one-man shop called "Bios Research". His rather non-descript website (biosres-dotcom) describes his company as "providing independent consulting and subscription based research services in the healthcare and biotech industries to institutional investors."
Mr. Fletcher is a registered as an investment advisor representative with the SEC.
His "Regulatory Event" section on the SEC broker-check website indicates that he has had "2" events. Apparently, he violated Section 12 of the Texas Securities Act by rendering services as an investment advisor in Texas for one quarter without being registered in 2007. He was told to cease and desist.
Also in 2007, a similar issue arose in the State of Colorado.
It was alleged that he was acting as an unlicensed investment advisor who failed to provide mandatory disclosure and who engaged in "dishonest and unethical conduct."
He was sanctioned and allowed to reapply for licensure in Colorado for 2 years beginning 5/29/2007.
You mean Aaron Fletcher, the associate professor of Biology at Dallas Baptist University?
The young man that gave Travis Cocke the idea to short EXAS in the first place?
That sure didn't work out very well.
If at first you don't succeed with hammering the share price of EXAS lower during the Summer of 2013 with a 5-Part Series on Seeking Alpha when the stock is trading at $13 a share, try, try, try again.
As we all know, the author of that 5-part series (Alpha Exposure) was none other than Travis Cocke, sole proprietor of the one man band hedge-fund known as Southpaw Capital, which had gained some small notoriety from coming in 3rd place at the oh-so-ironically named "Value Investing Congress" sponsored by none other than Whitney Tilson, a small time hedge-fund manager who has appeared on CNBC more times than episodes of Leave it to Beaver.
Mr. Cocke is from the Houston area and a graduate of Texas A&M with a degree in Finance.
A relatively young man in the world of asset management at the age of roughly 27, he sports a rather insignificant resume with a brief stint as a summer intern at the Teacher Retirement System Pension Fund of Texas, based in Austin. Without an MBA these days, you just aren't ever going to be on Wall Street. But, you can make it in the Lone Star State. Mr. Cocke has since changed the name of his hedge fund to Voss Capital, where it started out with grandiose expectations of raising $500 million dollars, but has had to settle for an inoperable website
Not much is known about this hedge-fund other than it appeared to have a little over $17 million in assets at one point over the last few years ( triple that of Mr. Ma-Beaver ) and has included a friend of Mr. Cocke's from the Teacher Retirement System Pension Fund, by the name of Jon Hook. Mr. Hook's Linked-In page says that he joined Voss Capital about 18 months ago and he can be found posting frequently over at Seeking Alpha, doing what he does best with his degree in Psychology and Film from Northwestern . . . calling out various CEO's and their management teams as liars and mis-direction "artists". To be fair, the 33 year old from Boston does have an MBA from Rice University and a CFA.
I gave up my cheerleading days when I was a cheerleader at Texas A&M. I was one of the first male Aggie cheerleaders ever. Travis Cocke was my boyfriend. But don't tell anyone.
I see that he just posted about an hour ago today (Wed).
Maybe he will finally answer you???
I thought that I heard KC say during a presentation that the HEDIS measures become retroactive for 12 months prior!