so when can shareholders expect to get their share of this fine with interest? Oh, neber you say. SEC are bigger criminals than the houses they fine.
a distinct possibility. Paying more for an experiment doesn't make much sense especially if you're an ACA insured. Vehicle accidents are a major cause of these injuries. I'm not sure how much say they have in procedure cost but are capped in total dollars depending on elected coverage of the insured.
I have no idea but I suspect it is not a gratis procedure by either the hospital nor the physician. That's a guess but perhaps someone with first or second hand experience with these types of trials could chime in. Or someone could contact IR at the company as it is a good and pertinent question as to who pays for the procedure, are costs discounted and does the company offset or assume full responsibility; and at what cost.
it's estimated 11500 new spinal cord injuries per year. approximately 21.6% are complete paraplegics. That's about 2500/year or 207/month on average in 50 states that are candidates. Seasonality plays a part as does location. Add into that admission criteria and subtract those who opt not to participate and the pool is more limited than you'd think even though the number afflicted greater than anyone wants. We're doing fine.
someone getting screwed by their brokerage more likely. When it's 200K shares we should pay closer attention.
After the Executive branch the SEC is probably the most useless and corrupt of all government agencies. Even if they did find a company in violation they would fine them a fraction of what is just and pocket the money, not return it in any way, shape or form to shareholders. ZTE's and Google's crimes can only be delt with by the Judges on these cases and the fact that there hasn't been an award or even a substantial fine makes one wonder if they're also on the take. The only thing certain in any of these proceedings is that retail will get shafted. Again.
it better not last. over a 30% discount to the one month high. Too much. Let's see it come down below that for us lessor mortals to participate.
I always worry about insider transactions that are illegal. like i said, no problem with an offering but lots of problems with the sell off prior.
they always need cash (bonuses and the like) and the current price and the impending financial crash probably set the time. I have no problem with an offering. I do with the people who got insider info a month ago and sold off. Normally I hate class action but if the SEC doesn't step in then i'm all for one.
low volume jumps are generally enticements. Still time to be vigilant. still wise to buy on dips not jumps.
secondaries generally sell off before the announcement and after the run up. The volume hasn't been crazy. perhaps a short in trouble. I don't know but it is strange IMO
many things can happen in these patients in the blink of an eye but I suspect any insider shenanigans would have to do more with management/fiscal rather than clinical
For this stock to plummet like it has gives rise to insider mischief. While the SEC is worthless if news that woild justify it pops up soon file a complaint. Not much else one can do.
the odds for 3 for 3 conversions is where a PR should go. 4%- 5% can be argued, it happens. 3 consecutive odds beating effects in these injuries should be shocking statistically. Any statisticians out there? This now is remarkable. The bridge to neuro recovery has been established. Now refinement and method (stem cell) advancement should pave the way to the Nobel Prize.