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efarzan2002 4 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 23, 2014 6:47 PM Member since: Sep 3, 2009
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  • why is it that when they announce good results, this stock moves very little? Just so that I am clear, good or bad, I am long. However, it is very disappointing and annoying to me that no matter what, they can't get a jump start on this one. I need to wake up and see this go up north of 8 dollars. why is this not happening? what does it take for the stock to go through the moon before they announce results? why does it not go up dramatically with good result announcement? I need some hopeful statements/ answer / explanation. Please don't write B.S.

  • efarzan2002 by efarzan2002 Jun 25, 2014 6:47 PM Flag

    why did the stock come down within the past afew days? Is there something happening that I don't know about?? The whole selling/ CEO thing was done in October of last year and I don't think it has to do with this. So my question is why do you think is coming down? I am long and I really hope they will announce something good and new soon before it goes down any farther.
    what is your opinion and why?

  • efarzan2002 efarzan2002 Jun 24, 2014 2:38 PM Flag

    where do you get all that information from? where exactly does it say who has left the company and at what day? Also, where do you see the sell of the stock by the CEO. please provide your source of info

  • efarzan2002 by efarzan2002 May 29, 2014 4:40 PM Flag

    post your opinions and the reason. They just finished phase 3 and it will be up for FDA review soon. I am long at 5.25 and hoping it will sky rocket with any good news. what do you all think and why?

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