It will never get to 20$.
If the fundamentals ever look that good this would get picked up before then , probably for a lot less.
But a company with no future pipeline essentially becomes a dividend play or a buyout candidate.
So many interesting possibilities down the road, it's gonna be hard to know when to ever get off the boat..
Certainly doesn't seem like a stock to bother trading.
Long and strong!
Yep! It looks like they have been living high on the hog with investors money for the past 25 years.
So even when they do get something approved it will take years just to unload the debt, and I can't see where they will ever turn a profit.
Too much debt.
Too many shares.
Could be a good trading stock to unload on suckers.
Isn't the 15% US taxes you pay deductible from the 25% European tax ?
From my experience, that's the way it works for Americans investing in European stocks.
I haven't seen anyone post any Citron information, just a bunch of allegations.
If anyone has any facts, please post from Citron report.
Seems like Citron knows something the govt with all their resources do not.
No charges filed after a year of investigations.
What's your argument?
Everything depends on why people get in this stock.
In the beginning , when people get a divy many will usually sell after.
As the company develops a record of paying an increasing dividend over time the selling becomes less and less. At some price point the big money comes in to scoop all those shares and you get a price recovery up to a point.
Just expect volatility to occur and prepare to buy and or sell if your a short term trader or one looking to add , as I am.
I'm not sure any of us will know the story until it is written.
So just as any gambler does , we place our bets.
Chapter 1 is looking pretty good, so do you want to buy the book?
The real reason to buy is potential.
Never mind the divy, look at analyst's earnings projections for next year and tell me this ain't a steal at this price.
Look at others, HALO,SRPT,RMTI and none are projecting positive earnings next year. Then look at their pps.