You had four hours and that is your #$%$ed hedge fund response?? You make it pretty clear you don't need intelligence to be a #$%$.
It is not allowed. It just doesn't seem to be enforced. Not enough traffic cops on a busy highway. The real problem is the collusive trading strategies and using media to plant false stories ate opportune times. Like the AP writer planting a bogart story about a warning label before the news of approval even hit the street. Too much money just imposing its will on small float companies. It needs to be stopped, or at the very least regulated in much greater fashion.
Yes....Uncle Dizzy can pick up the soap in jail for them being he is the paid on-line media clown for the hedge funds on this board.
The sad thing is their tactics are literally killing people who need the tests and drugs that they are often successful in destroying. Common sense would dictate that shorting should not be allowed in low float biotechs, say under $ 5 Billion market cap, and even then not more than 10,000 shares. These hedge funds add nothing, but take much.
Google: "Washington Post Northwest Bio" for a perfect description of how the likes of Adam F. and his payola crowd of valueless hedge funds screw over share holders and stand in the way of life saving technology to line their own greedy pockets. Very similar to what is going on with EXAS, KERX, and hundreds of other biotech companies. Short selling should be banned.....period....EOS.
It was another perfectly executed short raid by hedge funds and their planted fraudsters in the media. CNBC and other media crooks turned nine bent phones out of ten million shipped into a five percent drop in two days. One has to marvel at their effectiveness.
Very positive. Charles has a very large following on CBS radio, and this is exactly the type of national media we need as I suggested yesterday morning. KC should try and get on the Today Show, because its the people who hate colonoscopy that are going to drive this with their doctors. I don't have time to try and find his segment on-line today, but maybe one of our resident retirees with more time on their hands could locate and post a link.
"In the End.....Its Cologuard". Looks like its getting some traction in the spotlight finally.
Great video. It's amazing to me that this product hasn't hit every news outlet in the world. The new technology being used for the test is amazing. The potential to save Iives while cutting costs even more incredible. EXAS would benefit from some high profile public speakers, talk show hosts, movie stars, etc. to grab ahold of it and get the word out like seemingly every other form of cancer has going for it. It's kind of amazing how much effort goes into fund raising to cure currently incurable diseases, and how little effort is made to get the word out on a no brainer like Cologuard. KC should get on the Today Show instead of trying to market thru the knuckleheads on CNBC.
Who says there not accumulating. Someone is buying every share sold. Just not as fast as others are selling, which of course is helped along by short sales.
Keep in mind that the only people who want this to fail are a half of dozen valueless hedge funds and possibly a few colonoscopy and pill cam proponents. The rest of the world is always looking for safe, effective and inexpensive tests that will save money and lives in the long run. Especially, something as high profile as colon cancer. There simply is no valid reason to expect a low reimbursement number