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goofy_investor 33 posts  |  Last Activity: Jun 9, 2015 5:10 PM Member since: May 7, 2003
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  • Insiders know something and they probably do not care about Armistice or any other events. $6.19 seems to be a good price form them to dump because they got the shares at 1 penny.

  • goofy_investor goofy_investor Jun 9, 2015 4:15 PM Flag

    "Raj now has to circle back to Zevalin for another pump job?"
    Should investor be happy about the fact that he is expert in one thing?
    Marketing failed, court fight failed, drug development delayed, expense control failed....failed, failed and failed. Finally something is not failed and that is ...

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    Armistice is day trading the stock

    by short_is_good_baboly Jun 9, 2015 1:17 PM
    goofy_investor goofy_investor Jun 9, 2015 3:49 PM Flag

    "The people you are calling PUMPERS have been on this board for years, detailing not only their (our) holdings, but also the movements of the short hedges."

    So, if someone has had SPPI for years then he probably lost his shirt by now unless he has been traded the stock like hedge funds. If he just bought and held it, he made the worst decision that an investor can make. This person should not advise others about investing in SPPI or any other stocks. However, If he acted like hedge funds and played with it to not lose money then he cannot be trusted since he is talking with a fork tongue. He is not different from hedge funds.
    Bottom line, only new SSPI investors can be trusted and give honest opinion.

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    How many other activists did try SPPI

    by veqasfletch2001 Jun 5, 2015 11:38 AM
    goofy_investor goofy_investor Jun 5, 2015 1:22 PM Flag

    "SPPI has been vaccinated against activists"
    Spectrum may have a good vaccine in this regard and it may want to market and sell it to cover some of its losses. I have no objection if the company can make some money this way.
    It seems that SPPI halted many projects to save money but I do not see any layoff.
    It seems that the company has lost its focus and it is buying time until something happens. Well, Raj should not care as long as he gets his salary and then spends some time in his office in India. It is like vacation at home.

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    Steven Boyd is very good

    by stocks.toshort Jun 4, 2015 5:03 PM
    goofy_investor goofy_investor Jun 4, 2015 6:02 PM Flag

    "If Mr. Boyd remains viligant and continues publishing BI-WEEKLY letters, something will eventually give."
    So by next 2 years, he has to send only 48 letters. Basically, he can send(or email) the same letter at the first day of each month automatically until Raj or one of his crew accidently read the letter and say
    "'Oh, this guy again, why doesn't this guy do the same thing as other guys (hedge fund manager) and makes money (manipulate, short, long, trade the stock) without bothering us? We did not object to anyone who is making money in any way"
    That is right, the stock is available to everybody and each investor can decide to go long or short. Aemitice is forcing his way. If Armitice thinks that management is bad and inefficient then it should short the stock. No one should force the stock to go up and no one should force anyone to go to heaven.

  • goofy_investor goofy_investor Jun 2, 2015 11:37 AM Flag

    With that long essay, you may write a novel and make more money. Oh know, you need a little bit of honesty and truth so it may not work out ok for you. How about promoting and selling used cars. You may convince a few desperate people who are in need of a car immediately but cannot afford a descent car.

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    when a CEO projectrd wrong numbers

    by yekafena_sharkom Jun 1, 2015 10:05 AM
    goofy_investor goofy_investor Jun 1, 2015 2:27 PM Flag

    "this what happens ..none will trust you and stock will go down ,, if he was silence the stock would be now at normal rate over $10 ."

    He is following your advice and he is quiet and not projecting any number. He seemed that he learned his lesson and we, shareholders, should thank him for not projecting any number since if he was doing it then the PPS could be $4 instead of $6. He should be rewarded for his excellent strategy. Now that he has saved shareholders, then he deserves a few million shares. In addition, people who helped him to follow your advice should be rewarded too. Just say yes to everything without doing it.

  • goofy_investor by goofy_investor Jun 1, 2015 11:29 AM Flag

    When an investor wants some info about SPPI drugs then SPPI site is the place to visit first. But the site does not provide any useful info like patent expiration. One thing about SPPI drugs is that most have short life before they go generic and that is why investors do not give high multiple to SPPI revenue. Fusilev already a generic drug and the rest are going to same path.

  • goofy_investor by goofy_investor Jun 1, 2015 11:22 AM Flag

    Several small companies come up with good presentation but SPPI.

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    by pier986 May 22, 2015 8:49 AM
    goofy_investor goofy_investor May 22, 2015 2:03 PM Flag

    It seemed that pier886 bought a few shares again. He need to make enough money to buy his Macdonald's hamburger for dinner but he has to picture Venice with fine dinner, expensive wine and exotic girls.
    I think pier986 can start a new religion to promise all those stuff, of course after death, for making much more money.

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    by pier986 May 22, 2015 8:49 AM
    goofy_investor goofy_investor May 22, 2015 1:31 PM Flag

    I am on diet and I have to pass. On the other hand, have you asked Raj? He knows better and he may laugh and say: I do not believe that some people really pay any attention to my B..S..

  • I finally figured it out. I think SPPI has connection with CASI and CASI can link SPPI to China. However, some of souvenirs from China are presented to shareholders. One is Chinese water torture. But instead of water, shares are used. It drips the PPS and so far, an average of 10 pennies per day per share.
    Anyone can to rescue this stock?

  • Time to move on, I made enough money out of SPPI, says Armisticer.
    Everybody makes money out of SPPI and I do not know who are the losers.

  • Analysts keep lowering the estimates, who blames them when Fusilev revenue is affected significantly and other drugs also show negative growth. In addition, cash goes lower, debt goes higher and management becomes ultra conservative or scared to spend or starts any activity. I mean, thinking of this uncertain situation has put them in guard mode. They are waiting for something to rescue them. Armistice is suggesting $8 but a buyer may come up with a price around high $6 to put the company out of its misery and lets Raj plans for his retirement.

  • goofy_investor goofy_investor May 16, 2015 9:48 PM Flag

    As a matter of the fact, this is a win win situation for both Armistice and also SPPI management. Armistice bought most or all of its shares under $6 and it already made over 10% in a few days just by sending a cheap letter. SPPI management also is relieved and now that can get their benefit with less worry. It seems a mutual benefit or an arrangement. Retails are happy too. It seems that shorts are the loser side of this situation for time being but they may be prepared to drop another bomb that burn retails and those who put high hope on management and the company correction. Short have been master of this ship for years and they won't let it to go to shore this easily.

  • goofy_investor by goofy_investor May 15, 2015 9:37 PM Flag

    Management has lost its motivation. Shareholders should increase and approve more compensation before the PPS goes lower. Don't ask what company can do for you, ask how you can help the management.

  • goofy_investor by goofy_investor May 15, 2015 10:01 AM Flag

    He is a good dealer and all can get benefit. Bond holders are happy and Armistice will be happy too since godfather is excited.

  • Probably Raj says, oh man I feel sooo relief. May be I should ask investors to write more letters. Now My shares are up by 20% and I get another fat bonus plus these little retail investors are busy counting their pennies and chewing some fresh bones.

  • goofy_investor by goofy_investor May 8, 2015 10:41 AM Flag

    All I am saying is that Venice party should not be stopped rain or shine, with or without Fusilev.
    SPPI can bring another fussi and even can add lovi to make fussi-lovi which may be a blockbuster.

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    I have a solution

    by med_investor May 8, 2015 7:49 AM
    goofy_investor goofy_investor May 8, 2015 8:47 AM Flag

    Solution is in sale, either drug sale or the whole company.
    Start a auction and let interest parties to bid for the company.