I'm not for selling the whole damn company. It would be great if they could go it completely alone but realistically, they will need a partner, a contractor to take care of distibution, marketing etc. It's improbable that they would undertake all that organization when they have a pipeline that's so overloaded.
They'll be $100+/share soon enough.
Well, I know I'm going against some "heavies" on this board but I think there's an excellent chance that NVAX will go it alone (if they have the choice). Golden egg Vs. The Whole Goose. They just need to wait 18-24mos.. Partnership is a definite but thats where it'll end. I know his statements might be polititical but on this point, and at this point, I take Stan at his word. I think "ramping-up" is far from an impossible hurtle..
Many antibiotics are developed from bacterium found in soil, many are anaerobic and most are hard to cultture.
I think there have now been two new ones discovered w/in the last 2 years that appear successful vs drug resistant strains. I know one was found in Maine dirt and is being studied at Northeastern, so far, it works vs drug resistant MRSA and TB: teixobactin(sp?)
Not my point, BG isn't controlling the SP to protect his short interest. It's for these vampires that the RSV results weren't good enough.
I see that we are indeed disconnected to the IBB today.
Isn't the justification the expiration at midnight tonight?
And then there's next Friday, unless there's a catalyst for a squeeze. But again, if the RSV results weren't good enough....
i can tell you it's uncommonly, even weirdly, warm, and the ocean temp is about 6 degrees above normal. I've heard the Labrador current is being impeded by fresh water from the Greenland ice cap. I think ML lives somewhere in the Snoqualmie National Forest 3400mi away.
As for MO, I can't see why the board would entertain an offer at this price. I understand that a buyout could be hostile but in the end, the pot of gold would be much bigger in a year...
Everyone, R,D, and Independent would say yes to yer last Q. Democracy might do better if the larger part of their spending weren't a secret. Having said that, the Abrams tank, F-22 jet, the C-27J cargo plane are all programs the DD didn't want (were talking trillions) but congress has kept alive for jobs in certain districts. A surprising amount of that money went to keep R seats in Ohio.
For the cost of one B1 bomber 70,000 people could go to college. 1 plane. One could argue about the relative value to national security. When we spend more on defense then the next 10 biggest spenders combined (.6 Trillion/year), yet managed to be solely responsible for needlessly stirring up the scariest hornet's nest on the planet, in turn, creating a few trillion more in debt, the argument seems stronger.
It's surely some amount of posturing by UH. We'll see what happens in KY if the newly elected ejects a quarter million ppl., and opts-out. I think the political pendulum has swung on this though. As you said, too many people remember a sense of impending doom at the prospect of losing everything when they have a mild heart-attack. Or, if they've ever lived in any other civilized country and seen how medicade-for-all works. The republicans might even warm to it (a cpl have). They'll get another 8+% of GDP to throw away on defense.
How many mass-shootings within our boarders were by radical muslims?
By the way, if I want find the proper way to sell my daughter into slavery, all I have to do is read Levidicus. Rule one: Don't sell her to someone close by.
Shall we talk about the second crusade?
I'm ready to be tased again. Here goes: NVAX has enough outside funding to largely disregard it's pps, although a buyout at $25 would end the lock on much greater profit potential. But for a clinical stage biotech share support is usually essential. Furthermore, and to that point, did you like the offering at $7.25?
Precisely. But this is pallative advice only for those with the luxury of accumulate and hold.
But for the rest of us, this new type of "screw the little guy" (it can't be called old fashioned "volatility"), is becoming somewhat predictable.
That was a great presentation yesterday, even the Q's seemed to be perfectly orchestrated. So my guess is today might possibly be brutal. I have a little cusion with my "playing $" having bought back under $7 but I'll have my finger on the trigger - Hpoe I'm wrong...
if you listen to the tape, he directly correlates the current sign up rate with the pace for PII, 10 sites and 1600 subjects (2 weeks til it was closed?) . I think he even says something like 'so you can do the math'. 12000 60 sites 160 subjects for each site in two weeks (9600) so ...filled in 10 more days?