This article has nothing to do with OMER. Please avoid paranoid conspiracy theories and come back down to reality like OMER has.
China is torturing journalists and blaming them for the economic implosion. European markets are being punished as well. Reminds me of that song "Rainy Night in Georgia". Tuesday is down big all over the globe.
I'm actually not suprised. These things tend to decline drastically, especially when it's a company that is quickly running out of money and doesn't have enough to make it another 6 months. Despite what some people (who are undoubtedly underwater) say, OMER will need some type of financial intervention soon to keep the lights on.
From Friday. Thank you all again! As usual, you all have been great! Longs, shorts, traders, you're all the best! Bless you all!
Looks like you learn the hardway, turbidseas. Market collapsed today just like I said it would, while you said the "smart shorts moved on". I'm pretty sure passing up another 15% wasn't so smart. Don't ever doubt me again.
I told you. It's Monday and we're down 15% already. $20.94 Friday to $17.76 this morning. Don't ever doubt me.
And I actually said 19, a range we did indeed hit today. Maybe you should stick to writing for the Old Farmer's Almanac?
You told me we would be at 26 today. That means your crystal ball is horribly incorrect. I don't need a crystal ball (let alone yours) to tell me the stock market is headed for a bloodbath next week.
New lows everyday. Thought you said you were a long term investor. Your play by play analysis suggest you are actually a daytrader. Did you sellout your long position on the spike the other day?
These are facts reported directly from Yahoo and CNBC. I shorted at $24.72, I'd say I'm doing pretty well. Your inability to face the facts is why this stock is now plummeting.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a sharply lower open on Thursday, with Dow futures down as much as 160 points, as oil prices extended losses and investors digested Wednesday's Fed minutes and more volatility in Chinese markets. Shares in Asia hit a two-year low, German stocks extended losses in what is shaping up to be their worst month in over three years, and British stocks hit their lowest since January. U.S. stocks SPc1 were set to fall as well. Pressure on emerging market currencies intensified as investors fretted over Chinese as well as U.S. growth. Turkey's lira hit a record low and Kazakhstan's tenge plunged some 25 percent after authorities abandoned its peg and let it float.