The odds of any shareholder getting compensation is almost nill. And anyone buying after the company warned that shareholders will likely get nothing will get exactly what they were promised, nothing.
Apparently you have been asleep for the last six months. The 40 bidders did not feel there were billions in assets. Do you know of another bidder to "step up"? As for liquidation there was one minor asset and one larger asset, I fail to see how splitting things up would generate a larger price. Let it go already, you are delusional.
Just checking in to see your delusion of the day. Quite an imagination. How is that ebola cure coming?
Since everyone is expecting rates to go up you could make the argument that it is largely priced into stocks already. The market hates surprises so an unexpectedly and unusually large rate hike or language suggesting it could cause a tumble. I am retired so I handle my money different than those still working although the theory should be similar. Money I need in the next few years is in cash equivalents, the rest is in a variety of stocks and etf's. It's been pretty well proven that timing the market is a fools game but you have to place yourself so you can sleep at night.
I hope this isn't your investment plan. You may be better off making decisions based on the potential of the company your buying.
Bashing? No I am the one that blew the cover off the pumpers Ebola cure claims several months back. I am the seeker of truth, you are Pinocchio.
Where are the clowns that were making fun of the market cap and PE of MDVN a few months ago? Market cap now over 10 billion and rising and PE 37 and falling. Hoho, orca and others your batting .000
Thats a easy question. The answer is 495 million. Off topic why do you pumpers keep asking why people post and than when they don't answer your repetitive questions you ask why they don't post? My guess to that is you are either being paid to post or your mentally ill, no other explanation makes sense. I'll await your response which I am sure will not even come close to answering that.
Anyone posting opinions or FACTS that oppose the pumpers are immediately questioned as to why they are here. They never state counter arguments but instead ask who you work for. One might suspect they earn a penny or two for their repetitive posts.
The problem is you apparently are also estimating the value of DNDNQ too high. There is a pattern here. The markets are somewhat efficient. I know you follow some of the conspiracy theorist but numerous companies looked at DNDNQ and the one and only and highest bidder got it. If others saw more value they should have and could have got out their checkbook. Theres an old saying that things are only worth what someone is willing to pay for it. A last minute filing by a Lawyer stating other companies sold for X so this one should as well is hilarious. There are many posts here claiming to be FACT but this one is FACT. You don't have to like it but it's time to accept it.
NOL's are worthless if you don't have earnings to offset them against. As for minimum expenses for drug trials, thats a funny one. Not to mention that going forward with 3263 is hardly following the letter or spirit of the law concerning continuous operation of DNDN minus its one true asset. But hey, dreams are free.
They were worth nothing to anyone but the acquiring company as they can't be sold like they could many years ago. One gentlemen posted the math here and came up with something close to the 15 million that was paid. Anyone else desiring the NOL's could have bid for everything.
Others have posted but you refuse to listen. A NOL is not worth dollar for dollar. In many cases they become worthless.