I have watched share end of day movement as well, along with some medium day blocks. Some of the more experienced message board folks have hinted on past messages that a very experienced trader or group is accumulating in a very sophisticated manner. My thoughts and hopes is that a large short position has gone long in a very covert move.
Good one ed. Now I will have a chuckle with each string-cups post. Always great entertainment this message board... some great minds here among the unwashed rabble.
I like the Dire Straits song - If you want to run cool - you need heavy, heavy fuel. Fortune cookie - Folks that look in door key holes lose an eye.
Ok had the required beer level. Technical is good. One more beer, and thinking there should be correlation formula to ratio the number shares setting in retail (unwashed influenced masses) number of shorts (short term control) and the number of hit articles. Then factor in the number of new basher Id's to provide a factor to apply to the technicals to see short term movement and buy or sell. I'm a SyFY reader and remember the Foundation series that described trends by the masses..... perhaps will reread with some brownies and milk.
I'm a little stymied by the Bel-Phen combo are there other indications coming as well? Single entity medications usually run the course before the combos are introduced. Ace inhibitors + HCTZ for example. If combo introduced, not only would Q get hit but also single B. A combo at this point in the market life may be counterproductive?
If this is true. As investors we should take note. The increased impetus for our medical professionals to actively engage their patients in the health care benefits of weight loss: as support by latest literature. That small town pharmacist will educate local providers on a medication that they can dispense locally, rather then referrals to a Q registered mail order pharmacy. Just a thought to ponder as the obesity wars ramp up.
While Emailing a relative who is rural pharmacist about the obesity medications B and Q. He said that in order to dispense Q he was to take a class and was a 180 per month fee to register and dispense. Any one else heard of this? I got the impression that for the small town pharmacy owner .... for the couple of prescriptions of Q was not worth the price.
I like your post, truthful.. No body parts mentioned, and you are using words with more then two syllables. I believe you, may perhaps, be setting a new standard of educated posts? There may be a few folks opening dictionaries to respond? I do hope so... board needs some class and spell check.
I read the article this morning and almost lost my sip of coffee. I dont know what ball game he is playing or what ball field even.
1.) No medication that affects neurotransmitter chemistry has gone American OTC. (Prosac has been generic for some time)
2.) No scheduled medication has gone American OTC that I can recall. There is a reason it's scheduled.... The codiene preps that are otc in some states were grandfathered in with the substance control act.
So why, the wild pitch other then to get the above article read? Or dash hopes later? Perhaps vader is sharing his medication?
I could see the medication going OTC in Mexico after some time? But I think the Article is way out there....
ooooh research shows that mineral rights convey and there is a seismic study that shows a large amount of both natural gas and oil potential to be developed in 2013.
I like interactive brokers - but TD has think or swim if you know how to leverage - interactive has online classes that are helpful.
Your experience fits Spencer model - and would show 2 new prescriptions for 1 patient therapy in the 2 - 3 week time frame. Thank you for info. Just wondering if the providers are on top of the coupon game or if the coupon is presented more on the patients initiative after getting the prescription and visiting the web site.
Reading Spencer last SA post on refills I was questioning the logic. In the old days as a retail pharmacist when a patient presented with a prescription for 30 days and a couple of refills, then presented with a trial coupon for 15 days. I made a partial new fill. When they came back 15 days later and wanted the remainder of the first fill I completed the fill - not as a new or a refill. Does this still happen? If so how does IMS/ S handle?
Not sure what affects a price reduction would have on milestones. However a lower price would certainly help with the cash paying folks as insurance ramps up. Couple of issues to consider on the war on obesity.
1.) Phenteramine has been utilized for awhile and does not appear to be affective in the long term for average folks and weight control. Sentence taken from a popular web search result on 'phenteramine' - 'After short term use, tolerance begins and can be followed by rebound weight gain. Long term data for use of phenteramine shows no net weight loss.' To me this sentence really appears to reflect current treatment of obesity with this medication. Ergo, if this medication does what is intended why are we discussing this?
2.) Belviq judging by this boards members (could be skewed?) Appears to be affective - granted on short term use. (Medication has not been on the market that long) Interesting in that the recommended dose for effectiveness can not be reduced. (multiple posting - again can be skewed) Bad for cash folks, good for investors - kudos to ARENA research folks in finding lowest dose.
Hey Vader - i enjoy your posts. Please do not let others get you down..... or hurt your feeling (singular) for the wonderful board. I would be interested on once a day dosing, if perhaps you have a mid day cocktail of gin/tonic or just tonic. Quinine affects the P450 2d6 metabolism pathway. May block the metabolism of certain medications. Or could just ease your hurt feeling......