The horse is dead. Stop beating it.
You are perseverating. It is not helpful to you or others. So pando sold a few. It's over.
Sell if it promises relief.
Selling high is improper for a principal of the company? Is that the gist of these postings? Seems smart enough to me. Might have import if he had sold low and/or a substantial % of his holdings.
There are so many interesting aspects of this company and their prospects, for instance the ability to produce a healthier and less addictive cigarette and the capability to produce a better smoking cessation product which has been proven in independent studies. Upcoming will be permission to market a healthier cigarette with data to prove it. What do you think that will do to the playing field?
What happens to the stock price when they license to China? Or work on altering the chemical composition of marijuana? Or license other major players to use their patented technology?
The majority of the posts on this site deal with pando selling a few shares at an opportune time. One can chose to obsess on minutiae or focus on the big picture, XXII, a company with the soon to be recognized prospects of changing the tobacco industry in a way previously unimaginable.
Sounds like the golden goose to me.
My advice: Treat the goose well and collect golden eggs.
How did you know that I had 100 shares? Times 100. Times 100 Times ....
In since $.60
Get the picture.
You are a smart guy. Smart enough to know that 'grow up' was directed at the denises... and their lamentations.
Probably sold to take care of the tax bill for exercising options. So much ado about nothing. Not original but applies here. This will be a $20 stock in two years, not tomorrow. Grow up.
No answer forthcoming? Silence damages your credibility. Look we all BS a bit. Own up to it and start with a clean slate.
So how many direct hires does OSIR have. Even your mates are on tenterhooks.
You are right.... could be a game changer and one of the many reasons I'm buying back in.
No more worries about Prochymal trials, the endless trial expenses, Health Canada and provincial governments vagaries, funding needs now with $92m in the bank. Deal with Mesoblast was great as they are a big fish and ultimately their stock price should increase and royalties flow to OSIR.
And the really good part is that Grafix heals DFU's and VLU's and well constructed large studies, rarely performed in wound care, are proving it. The revenue potential is HUGE and about to be anointed by governmental bureaucrats (Medicare).
Add Ovation OS and Cartiform, low float, more than 50% patient (no pun) insider ownership and we have the math for huge price appreciation. I'll add little competition to rattle MiMedx lime gold viewers.
Maybe Ozark will be trotting out some of his numbers from our days in the wilderness. May still seem optimistic but nowhere near as farfetched.
And Osiris did not hire sales reps, 48 so far, because the products don't work. Ha ha to that one.
Just bought another 1250 at $14.19. Back to work.
Behind conceded. Catching up and better products are the points of contention. No need to revisit this daily, quarterly will do for me.
As to the misrepresentations re hirings I am curious as to your source for verification. Do you have access to employment records? Or know a company insider that does? Or other?
No secret that I am an Osiris fan but grant me an answer to a fair question. Maybe I am being duped.
The uncertainty of 'if' has been removed. The vagaries of Prochymal have been offloaded replaced by money in the bank and future considerations. The remaining products work well and the need is apparent. The 'when' of significant profits is soon. Very soon. And Lode is focused (locked and loded).
Hold tight as this will be a steady grower starting from a very low base.
Stock market doesn't make sense. Neither does religion. What does make sense is owning Osiris. Under appreciated company at the beginning of a product ramp up which will make the company and shareholders very profitable. Know what you own and quit trying to understand that which defies ordinary logic.
Bargain time. Makes 'sense' to buy now or soon.