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doctorofinvestor 6 posts  |  Last Activity: 6 hours ago Member since: May 18, 2002
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  • doctorofinvestor by doctorofinvestor Aug 15, 2014 4:09 AM Flag

    Insiders awarded themselves way too much. They take every penny what EXXI made.
    JS said, 10 years for $10 billion company. Now, 7 years past, EXXI is still a billion company and has a close to $4 billion debt. Any recession happens, EXXI would shake out.
    GeenTech, how many years have you been in EXXI? I sold all a couple of years ago at $30's. When this was at $28, I rated Strong Sell. Now, I see $10 soon.
    I noticed that every time EXXI dip, VP Lawrence would buy the stock, but not this time.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • doctorofinvestor by doctorofinvestor Sep 8, 2014 10:22 AM Flag

    3 years ago, John S told us EXXI would soon reach 50k boe/d, but after two acquisitions, spent billions and billions dollar, the production is still under 50K boe/d and may continue to decline. If Oil goes to under $80/b, what EXXI with these huge debt is going to do?

    I bought EXXI in 2009, lowest price was $0.48; then sold them all couple years ago, highest price was $36.
    Now I am holding a small portion short position. I see EXXI would have another 30% cut to single digital by end of this year.

    If EXXI halts dividends, which is very possibility, then EXXI will have 20% decline immediately.

    Sell now, don't wait till to below $10. Insiders reward themselves way too much. They took more and more bigger option packages too much even EXXI has No growth in the past two years.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Raymond James - Strong Buy

    by brokerjmac Sep 8, 2014 10:23 AM
    doctorofinvestor doctorofinvestor Sep 8, 2014 11:32 AM Flag

    He can low the price again in any day without any responsibility.

  • doctorofinvestor by doctorofinvestor Sep 8, 2014 11:52 AM Flag

    When EXXI downed to $15's from $20's, lots of people said OVERSOLD on August 18. And predicted it would back up to $18. The stock did back up a little to $16's, but now it got further decline while the markets keep higher and higher. Do you still think it's oversold? remember, you have got wrong once.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Strange and surprised that Amarin had this press release, and will even conduct a conference call at 8 am today.

    We all expected that Amarin would continue and finish the Reduce It trial whatever Anchor approved or not.

    What purpose of this press release and a conference call followed?
    Raise a flag and give self a step back?
    Or any agreement between Amarin and FDA since no determination yet from FDA on the pending ANCHOR supplemental new drug application (sNDA)?

    Anyway, this is mixed bag of bad and good news:
    Good: Amarin tells everyone that it has the fund continue and finish the Reduce-It trial
    Bad: The trial will be one year longer than I expected to be completed.

    Amarin really should say:
    Enrollment will be completed in the first quarter of 2015;
    Interim analysis data is anticipated in early of 2016.

    Instead of:
    "The REDUCE-IT study, since its commencement at the end of 2011, has enrolled over 7000 patients into this event-driven trial. Amarin currently estimates that full patient enrollment in this study will be completed in 2015. The pre-specified interim analysis by the independent data monitoring committee at 60% of the targeted events is anticipated in 2016, with 100% of the targeted events currently anticipated to occur by the end of 2017 with results expected to be available in 2018. The independent data monitoring committee periodically reviews the ongoing safety results of the study".

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Anyone has Bill Ackman contact info, such as email address, etc.?
    Thanks in advance.

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