drangles - I'm a long term holder of OPK myself but one thing that is permanently on my mind (forgetting all the research, drugs, etc) is Dr Frost and his age. I seriously wish him everything good but still - you can't do anything about the time. My position in OPK is to certain extent linked to Dr Frost as a persona - And I'm wondering about what would happen is suddenly something happens and the company would have to deal with a situation that Dr Frost is in charge no more? He is obviously such a specific type of person that just mentioning his name is a signal. But what would happen if the OPK-Frost relationship is no more? Is the company ready for this?
I'm fairly new to ARRY (bought a few shares on the below 5 dip) and actually opened my position without detailed DD. I started researching properly but couldn't find any consolidated pipeline description on their website (it only mentions 4 programs currently Phase 2). Would anybody be so kind and direct me to a place where can I find a detailed description of the whole pipeline? I checked your posts Burnaka and in one of them you mention that ARRY has quite a few - can I get the details somewhere? Thanks in advance
Aruba -I'm using TWS platform from InteractiveBrokers and there is an option which unless you turn on disables the broker to lend your shares to short sellers. So by default your shares don't get lent - this is obviously broker dependent but I think it's a fair approach. For several reasons I have the option turned on - so I'm allowing my broker to lend my shares but IB gives me the profit from doing this. You cannot select which share you want to lend and which not (you can probably do this by using your sell-order method - thanks for the tip). I checked my last monthly report and nobody wanted my SFY shares. If there is a massive drive down I guess my shares will get lended and shorted. Other stocks like OPK get lended regularly every day.
I have another broker SaxoBank (I live in Europe) and this one doesn't even mention anything about lending your shares - they obviously do it and keep the profits for them selves.