Thanks for the story, that's really something. A friend of mine is from Vietnam, he risked his life to escape from the communists many years ago. With some luck he managed to get to the US, after spending time in a refugee camp in Thailand. Some of his friends didn't make it. The hell some people go through in life...
You guys need to lighten up. If you're so heavily invested that you have to pick every hair on al mann's head, you got too greedy with one stock and it's your own fault. Let things play out, it's a transition from development to sales, that's never a smooth ride.
The medals are often attached to an experience best forgotten. And probably includes the death of friends who deserved the medal as much or more than the person who got it. Likely a bittersweet token in his mind, but something for your family to be very proud of.
Not everyone will try it. A lot of people have an aversion to inhaling anything other than air. And they may be worried about lung health.
When I first googled afrezza, the official site that popped up really worried me. You're right, the FDA restrictions must be killing sales.
Nobody is manipulating. Rational people don't trust "positive" PR's from this company. When the smoke clears, all I can say is I hope they do help some people save their vision.
I think HP would be able to bring 3D printers mainstream, and create their own "ecosystem". In the end they probably crush all these little companies, not buy them.
The huge valuations ppl used to talk about are off the table, but the deal with Janssen points to growth from this point forward. I'm sure they know more than you, me, or the author of that article
As the spin fades you're left with dishonest management trying to scrape the bottom of the barrel to justify the existence of this scam. Sorry but that's my opinion :D
Ppl gambling on a buyout dumped, but new investors came in. Partnering might not be the quick payout, but it's not bad news. Was it bad news for PCYC?