It has the same ferritin build up issues that other oral iron supplements have. It's not unique. It's an oral iron supplement that can control phosphate but still has some of the same problems.
Even KERX, when they released safety data, said the ferritin levels were high. But KERX spun that in a positive light. High ferritin levels aren't good, even if you spin it in a good way.
We'll see what happens in 12-18 months.
Nonsense. Aschoff has disclosed in past reports that he is long KERX and short RMTI. The only reason why they do any of this stuff is to make money buddy. Get a clue.
I'd also like to point out that the institutional ownership for RMTI is higher than what Yahoo reports as well by about 2.5 to 3 times. Should be between 25% and 30%. This is according to NASDAQ and several other sites. Not the 11% that Yahoo reports.
I only bring up KERX only because Aschoff is a proponent of KERX (at least in the public). He continually compares and contrasts the two companies/products.
If you calculate the short interest of the two companies, they are about the same as a percentage of outstanding shares. But when Yahoo "calculates" the short percentage of RMTI and KERX, Yahoo gets the KERX percentage correct but the RMTI percentage is almost 3 times higher than what it actually is.
Slip of the finger of someone entering data? Or part of the take down? You decide.
I'm not seeing 60%. I'm seeing about 25%. Where are you all getting your numbers from?
Start shorting KERX. John is long that company...supposedly. I personally think that they did this to cover short position and to take a long position in RMTI.
I'd also like to remind everyone that options expire this week. Something crazy always goes down op-ex week.
Oh probably. Rockwell seems to do pretty well counteracting this stuff when it comes out. I sent the Aschoff hatchet job to their investor relations and PR consultant last night right after it came out. I'm sure they are crafting something as I type.
This is all a game until the drug gets it's day in front of the FDA. People gotta remember that. The ones who win the game are not those who are right, but rather those who make money.