It's funny how some message boards are dead, others just filled with pumpers and flamers. I have had this stock for about 14 months, it has gone up almost 17% in that time. If you think the future is generics, then look at this Indian company. It's solid, and I in particular am interested in the extent to which they will expand in emerging markets as well as the more advanced ones. India, for example, is a huge potential market.
That's spin, but not malicious spin. The FDA does not "partner" with companies, in the sense of acting equal to equal. Sarepta is clearly the supplicant, and FDA has all the decision-making powers, but if looks like the FDA is looking benevolently on Sarepta, great!
I bet your English teacher in high school cringed when she saw your writing. Sheesh -- don't you even know that in high school, the aim is to get LAID, not "layed"?
Since December 10,2002 -- roughly ten years -- my holdings are up 658%. Not quite Oracle, but a great stock in the long run. you will see people on this board saying other companies are good on Big Data; that IBM is going to crush it; etc. etc. I don't believe it. Big Data is going to make a bunch of companies well off. But I'd been worried earlier. It's P/E ratio was high, and the economic conditions did not seem to justify the price. I think now, with a lower P/E, good PEG ratio, and decent P/E forward ratio, that it's gone back to being a good long-term buy. Most importantly, I hope that spending on Big Data purchases will be up (Teradata estimates 6% revenue growth this year.) So -- yes, I think this might be a good entry point.
You're a member since May 2,2013? Sign of a pumper. . . .
Touchy, touchy. Perhaps you should read my post carefully before spouting.
I thought the Seeking Alpha piece was mostly a puff piece. One with two spelling errors as well -- don't they edit? What no one knows now is whether the data mining has lead to discovery of results that are statistically significant. (As to whether data mining is a scam -- that is an absurd proposition that betrays an ignorance of what data mining is.) In the end, I agree with you that the upside is greater than the downside, but I am not wildly optimistic.
I don't like the Holocaust denier either, but I don't make infantile comments, as you do, about his mother and sister. Grow up.
You're obviously what is called a "low-information voter." The FBI has already been questioning the bomber, as well as his mother. Any other misinformation you need cleared up?
Some of us did not buy at 7.50. Calling us clowns, when we bought at a far lower price than you seem to have done, is rich.
It is written by a person who seems perpetually out of breath but excited. . .
I am not a short. I like this company. It bothers me not the least that the price has dropped, since the reason is a good one. If you look at the fundamentals for this company, the long-term is looking good.
Sentiment: Strong Buy