I would be much more impressed if the message was delivered by a scantily clothed Hannah, walking beside the Synergy spokesman who would be on all-fours, along a Caribbean white beach.
Can you give us one last bwaahaaahaabwaaa as an obnoxious short and explain why you are stupid enough to claim that an enterprise software stock earning $2 per share will follow the same trajectory as a failed solar panel company? Bwaahaahaaa.
If you will reach down deep, suck it up, and state in all CAPS "I LIKE A GOOD TIN OF TUNA TONGUED DIRECTLY FROM THE TIN"....I will take your request under strong consideration for positive and constructive response. It is your move.
play the them music from "The Good, The Bad and the Ugly"
Yo, Gothzillaman. Chill out Dude. Was just stating a fact or two. No need to get personal and go postal on me! Peace out.
Soflaturtle, in all due respect, from the content and tone of your post it would seem that you are best suited to writing into a private diary and not engaging with others. You may benefit from curling up inside your protective shell and escaping the scourges of the outside world. As you correctly stated, the open exchange of ideas from others can be confounding, and in your case, enraging. In some cases, it is best to just walk away.
Gothzilla, you ignorant schlut. You are beyond stupid to post on a board that has no messages at all. What a Looser!
Can you say "tin of tuna?...I know you can".
Can you name the source and year of that quote?
Did you notice that my questions end with a question mark, and not an exclamation point?
Am new to this stock, so not an expert by any means....but the difference between azelfage P/E of 50 and the Yahoo estimates of "earnings" $5.19 and $7.21 for 2015/16 comes from azelfage using GAAP earnings and AMAG and Yahoo using EBITDA minus cash interest costs of approx $30MM per year. The big $ adjustment is for the $50MM per year of non-cash depreciation of intangible assets (I assume goodwill from the Makena purchase, and other purchases).
Looks to me like the current market is OK with the net cash flow for valuation. Azelfage states that Mcguff Pharma is working on a generic Makena, and have been since 2009. Assuming that is true, seems like it must be either a low priority or difficult to not have completed something so "easy" in 6 years.
I stopped shorting CVCO after they purchased the shares owned by equity management company. Since then they have acquired SKY and a small home builder. Bought a position a month ago at $66 and hope for a ride up to $80 or so. CVCO has been my one and only ATM for me since 2007.
Got up a little late this morning.....3D printed a hot cup of coffee, and stirred in a little half-n-half with a
direct-laser-sintered metal spoon. Was short on cash, and with no time to go to the bank....just 3D printed a stack of $100 dollar bills to tide me over...until I had time to 3D print a Much Larger Stack of the same.
Was gonna go to work, but with the ability to 3D print as much currency as I need...figured going to work is for losers...or should I say loosers for many on these message boards.
Got darn hungry by mid-afternoon, so printed out a 2" thick filet mignon....and set the printing parameters to medium-rare and Chicago-style to suit my tastes, and completely by-passed the old fashioned ways of grass-feeding cattle and using a grill. Made some selective laser sintered nylon sauteed spinach and twice-printed fully loaded baked potatoes for side dishes. Dessert was a delightful stereo-lithography dish of gelato.
Got real lonely by mid-evening....so created a CAD file of a super-hot blond about 30 years younger than I and printed out a half-scale model....for conversation only.
This 3D stuff has really been helpful for me. Just wondering how others have found it useful in their own lives. Always looking for new applications!
Are you part of The Dream Team? Have criminal charges been filed yet? :
The stock you pumped has now ceased trading.
NEW ORLEANS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
Former Attorney General of Louisiana, Charles C. Foti, Jr., Esq., a partner at the law firm of Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC (“KSF”), announces that KSF has commenced an investigation into ForceField Energy Inc. (NasdaqCM: FNRG).
On April 15, 2015, Seeking Alpha published an article accusing ForceField of previously paying the now-shuttered stock promotion firm The DreamTeam Group to conduct a misleading campaign designed to boost ForceField’s stock price in which the Company paid DreamTeam to publish purportedly independent, positive reports on the Company.
On this news, the price of ForceField’s shares plummeted by over 21%.
It is one thing to be Born-a-Fool.
It is quite another thing to persist in publicly proving it.
"Virgin America does not have enough planes and routes.....very risky.
Virgin America adding 10 more planes to diversify is a bad plan and risky"