Just adding new buzzwords, meaningless
They spent more than half a billion on sapphire so they could use diamondguard? Suuuuure
T-Mobile has no coverage. Can't even get a signal at my house, forget about traveling anywhere other than a population center. No wonder they are cheap
I have Verizon, they have slowed down considerably over the past year or so. Used to be faster than my home internet, now half the time I can't even get a simple page to open unless I'm on WiFi.
The words of an investor who wants the stock price to go up. I sincerely wish you luck, for the sake of people who would be helped if this works. Yet your post offers no real insight, and falsely accuses me of confusing phase 1 and phase 2 studies. They have done prior research on this and if it were as promising as you just made it sound, that would be quite clear.
In our system, law defines government. If they don't follow it, they undermine their whole authority. Totally obvious that they just don't want to pay, and they don't think rules matter. Will be very sad if they get away with it.
Hot is trying to bankrupt unsuspecting investors. If you believe in the co so much just buy the stock and #$%$.
I used to get company stock. Most of us ended up with almost all of our life savings in that one stock. Not money you want to gamble with. Even though I worked in finance, I didn't always know what to expect from earnings. Top executives kept everyone in the dark, as they're supposed to do. I had every confidence in the company. Stock had done very well over the years. Still, everyone knows not to keep all your eggs in one basket. I did diversify, most of us did. If I had worked at a biotech that recently fell by more than 50% and then recovered, you bet I would sell some. How much of your total net worth do you put in one stock? People who work there don't necessarily know as much as you think. In fact even top execs don't know what's going on with studies, to keep results impartial. So, imo they're being smart. I took some profit, too. But I will hold some...
Halt was lifted, drug works, competition works both ways, small means lots of room to grow ie bigger potential roi and also prime buyout target, again competition works both ways, price swings are normal in biotech stocks, yes I'm delusional... by the way you're making a good case for a buyout. Drug works, company is cheap, and it's better to have a corner on the market... one of those competitors is likely to buy this one up. Especially since buyouts are in fashion and executives love following trends ;)