who died in Iraq because of their fraud "weapons of mass destruction" claim, and their nation building failure. Bush and Cheney destabilized the Middle East when they took Iraq down, thus making Iran more powerful and giving rise to Muslim extremist groups which Saddam had no use for. How soon you tea party types conveniently forget!
Frost knows what is going on, so the fact that he keeps buying tells me that sweet things are coming for OPK.
Dr. Frost may have taken a nap and placed a late trade!
Correction, Frank, high tech is increasingly dominated by Asians. My son works at a prestigious technical/engineering university and most of the tech students come from India, with lesser amounts from China and other Asian countries. Some of these top students are Asian women. Many stay and work for US companies on temporary work visas after they graduate. Others return home and use their American education to better their countries and their economies. But hey, the university wanted to improve its basketball program so they added a general business major so they could increase the number of American students who could handle the academic requirements. We are still tops at BB.
13.5% and warrants seems like an expensive price to pay for a company with solid prospects. The interest alone is going to take a big bite out of their earnings. Check the RGDX message board for their reactions.
Frank, the best doctors have said that there is no danger of infection by bringing these missionaries home with our advanced medical treatments and isolation capabilities. Stop with the "Plagues and Pestilence" #$%$. As a self-proclaimed expert on medical research and knowledge, you should know much better. By the way, I haven't got around to check with my relatives and friends who worked for or are working in BMY, SGP, MRK, and Novartis, but I intend to see if your self-proclaimed importance ever came to their notice. Windbags like you tend to have the need to try to make everyone believe you where the fountain of knowledge and experience. Based on previous talks with my connections in the pharma industry, many overpaid and peter principal types (as you yourself mentioned) were bought out over the last 10 years. Since you "retired" in your early 50's, I have a feeling you were given an offer you "really couldn't refuse."
Insider reportedly sold over 40,000 shares on Friday, close to 2/3 of his holdings. CBST had a nice run, but has it run too far too fast?
reportedly purchased by our good Dr. Frost. When are shorts going to see the handwriting on the wall and move on to safer shorts. Dr. Frost is a proven winner in building and selling companies, so why bet against someone who has done it before and who is willing to put his many millions on the line. He knows OPK's potential better than anyone. IMHO.
Years back, I called Cramer's show twice. I emailed my questions in the AM, and they called me back to confirm that they would allow me to get through to the show at night. Actually, they called me back and put me on hold about twenty minutes before it was time to ask my questions. The first time they pretty much "allowed" me to ask the question I wanted, although Cramer didn't really answer my question; he just used it to go into a bit that he wanted to expound upon. The second time I called, they tried to get me to change my question so that it didn't bear any semblance to the question I emailed them. I told them I wouldn't change my question, so they finally allowed me to ask it. I came to the conclusion that Cramer's show is highly controlled and scripted. I got the distinct feeling that they sought certain questions to fit Cramer's script for that night. I believe he was alerted to what the questions were beforehand, and thus he was able to respond very easily. Cramer obviously can move the market AH, but other than that, his guess isn't much better than yours or mine. IMHO.
These guys would take their money and run unless they truly believed in the prospects of OPK. That's good enough for me!
Chelsea went to numerous prestigious universities like Stanford and Oxford where she earned BA's, MA's, and PHD's in record time. Sarah played basketball through about four schools and took about six years to earn a BA in something or other. Sarah gets paid big buck for her books, Fox News, personal appearances, etc., so I would expect Chelsea's educational credentials would entitle her to the same opportunity if not better. The only difference is that Sarah might have better vision being able to see Russia from Alaska and the like.
should prove very interesting. Might make the stock pop if the news is good. I believe CEMP hired someone to over see antibiotic marketing, so they appear to be confident that things are on track. If so, we should see double digits again very quickly! IMHO.
Seems like the good doctor is buying over 100,000 shares every week now no matter the price. Tells me that he believes the company is a strong buy whether he buys at $8.50 or $9.25. Why there are so many shorts is a mystery to me. The best sign of good things to come is insider buying, and I have never seen an insider buy as aggressively as Dr. Frost. Just think about it!
Last week I read where there was an almost 6% drop in short interest. Based on how well OPK's stock has held up in a weak market, I expect covering is continuing. With Dr. Frost buying large chunks of shares every week, shorts will get the message sooner or later. Good luck!
He certainly is confident in his company's prospects.
You are the only guy on this board and just about any board I visit who constantly brags about his performance. Even when your previous posting of buys contradicts your successes, you still expect us to believe that you are not incurring significant losses in some of your positions. Hey, I have a pretty good knowledge of accounting with several accountants in the family, including my son, but what you are expecting us to believe is voodoo accounting at its best. You are a hall of famer in your own mind, but don't expect the rest of us to buy into your nonsense.
Guys, why waste your time arguing about profits and losses with Frank. His pat answer is always free and clear shares. Buying a boat load of shares and then seeing them drop something like 40% usually results in substantial loses for mere mortals. Frank may have made out well on the CLDX run-up, but if he kept buying on the way down as his posts indicate, he has taken quite a beating. Frank is a bio-tech guy and the sector has been crushed the last few months. I am quite certain his portfolio is worth a lot less today than it was 6 months ago.