Very well done until he predicts copycats. You seldom see a product like EXAS that is nearly impossible to replicate, but it is. As usual, these authors need to do more homework.
They've been missing it all along, but that's OK Geez. It's allowed me to accumulate a lot of cheap shares over several years. In fact, the best stocks are always a result of the street missing it.
So, you closed your short and you and your 32 aliases are gone for good and never to be heard for again. Awesome. You were a great contrarian indicator. Since, you've been on this board the stock is up another 100%.
Like anyone gives two shyts what these earnings are, which were outstanding by the way. One can only dream we'll get an actual pullback before I phone 6. Doubtful.
Some of the hedge funds cover a little of their shorts prior to possible significant news, and then put it back on after when nothing happens. Check the three day chart.
A coin flip. What a joke. When this product is approved it will dominate the market within 18 months, and it will likely get acquired by a bigger pharma. Baupost joined me in owning KERX.
I posted this a few months ago, but it seems to be the hot topic. For the negative nellies that are afraid to think in terms of large numbers. We haven't even scratched he surface of future valuation.
Do you really think a message board is going to move the stock price significantly when institutions and insiders own 90% of the stock. By the way, I'm selling some land down in southern Florida....interested??
Well let's see. First, the original thread was regarding Obama, the Commander in Chief, and I use that loosely, making a five second mention of the downed airplane during a speech, then went off to a fund raiser. We don't have the exact number of Americans dead on the plane, but the President's primary responsibility is national security. It is certainly not raising funds for more useless liberals to get elected and continue to ruin our country. Then, you blame Obama's ignorance on Bush and Rumstead entry in the war in Iraq for what is likely the 1,000th time by your silly #$%$ because that sums up your knowledge of world events and history. Yes, you sound like a simpleton incapable of making a complete argument. It's Obama's actions that continue to send the wrong message. Get it?!?!?
Bingo...that is one of the dumbest circular arguments I've ever read. Congrats to yet another 104 IQ revisionist history liberal on a message board.
Biotechs depend on investors to finance their development. Many companies like SRPT are trying to find cures, or at least improve the lives of many people with deadly and life altering diseases. Yellen's incredibly short sighted comments will likely lead to the delay and/or failure of many drugs, tests, cures, etc. and could cost untold lives unnecessarily. I've said it before and I'll say it again. Most of our overly educated think tank bureaucrats trying to run our country lack such basic common sense that it renders them as borderline incompetent.