Story in Israel today of famous local rabbi with ALS who can now walk and speak clearly when only a month or two ago he was in a wheelchair and couldn't converse via phone. It is what you are relating here. I saw video report on it.
The tech is revolutionary. These breaches don't matter. To all longs, you either believe in the product and mgmt or you don't. If not, sell. If you know what you have, be patient, have a wonderful holiday and check back in a few months. You'll be glad you stayed and will be happier over time.
Pluristem price has been disappointing, and I don't know anything about the other investments you mention, but I am certain psti will deliver excellent returns given more time. I believe 2016 will be a breakthrough year, and 2017, the year we've been waiting for.
On ignore. Enough images of masturbation, repetitive irrelevant harangues.
I don't regard it as "way down." Day traders took profit and we are on the brink of getting the official notice about the deal. So, we are on hold for the very short term. Vento spoke of "days" so I expect an announcement before end of the month. Recall that after the call, we did go "way up." We will hold those gains when the deal is signed. We will continue up as the growth of these two initiatives is realized as revenue.
Wrong. Wrong. Wrong. Current execution is professional to the hilt; you are urged to do yourself what you recently urged upon someone else--- keep your words sweet because in the next 6 months, you will, most certainly, be eating them.
I think it is interesting that the article uses the word "transitioning" since that was "my" word for past 18 months or so and the one I was always castigated for using by iluvbush. Ever since Vento came in, and particularly since Borislow's death, is the period I've repeatedly described as one of transition from a period of trying various approaches (soft-phone, femtocell, variations on the dongle, etc) to where the company is now---with a full-fledged expansion plan on the threshold of execution, a popular app, and now, the Patel deal (with more like it to come, I hope). I now consider the transition phase nearing its end and, with it, the financial stagnation that characterized the transition period.
Millions of new users about to come on board, a deal with the foremost Asian-American Hoteliers and you complain the management has no "start-up experience"? What a weasel!
"That's the problem with MJ's non-proactivity." After yesterday's whirlwind of great news, don't you feel like a jerk?
Excellent prospects don't amount to much for WS. BUT the good news is that we've been told that in the near term, meaning in the next few months, we will get stupendous news about the fast-tracking program from the FDA. Such news will, I must assume, make a significant impact to the stock price and investor interest. I think that will be the event needed to turn the proverbial corner.
"...still not that impressed by partnering with Telefonica." Why wouldn't the prospect of millions of new customers impress you? As Vento said, the signature pages are being passed around and, in the "days" to come, it will be official.
Agree with you 100%. To all the dufus-mongers on this board, all of whom kept poo-pooing the Telefonica deal while I always believed it would be VERY significant and presents a huge revenue grosser.....and those who denigrated (iluvbush) my assessment that the company has been in a protracted period of transition ....those who complained about management saying they had no imagination, lacked vision iluvbush).....this is what naysayers have refused to recognize....this company is not about fancy-shmancy do-hickeys. Their focus has always been to offer the best technology at the least expensive price to the most number of people, and to have the flexibility to suit different markets so that these objectives could be realized.
This has happened once or twice before when a new operating system or a upgrade was introduced and MJ had to adjust. And it did. And their customer service chat and phone help-line are better than their competitors. So your "how they treat their customers" is your delusion of being persecuted. The company treats their customers well and, in terms of value, treats them very well indeed.
Interesting milestones coming in near future with enough money to do what needs to be done. Your fear-mongering is futile.