Yes!! You might note that it is up over 6.5% off the day low, The big question is, do you believe in the future of ACRX or not? If you do, this might be a good buying opportunity. If not, sell or be happy you sold and move on. Anyone who shorts a $10 biotech is taking an awfull risk without much to gain. It can certainly become a penny stock but it can also hit it big or get bought out. Upside, 10 points, down side, unlimited.
You're a total flying sphincter muscle. You remind me of the persons who walked into one of my classes some 40 years ago interupting the professor and demanding we strike for peace.
Yes. An old but still useable fully automatic AK-47 could be bought on the street for under $100 U.S. at least 20 years ago. Probably, today more cheaply, given the influx of arms over the last 2 decades.
I have not even seen rumors of a buy out. I think if you're willing to hold this for a year, you will see $18.
P.S. Kind of like suing the casino when your 20 is beaten by sthe dealer 21 in black jack.
Too bad for the "speculators". Great for investors. I added to my position at 37.50. I am not congratualating myself on foresite. I just believe in energy related investments and love the dividend.
Highly recommended by Motley Fool. I don't like the P/E or the current proximity to the year high. I am watching it and, if the market under goes a correction and I can buy for about 39.50, I will do so. Meanwhile, I am in a waite and see mode.
There are those who do not see an increase in earnings and dividend until 2017. I say "so what". Give me 7.5% of my current investment for the next 3 years with little change in my capital investment and I am happy.
What % annualized is the current dividend??? I hope you are just trying to justify your sell decision and are not thinking of shorting as owing this dividend on a quarterly basis could get rather expensive.
I take the dividend in stock. So far, about 8 dividends, I have been able to sell the stock received at a higher price than market on ex-dividend date. Spain will withhold 20% if dividend is taken in cash.
P.S. If you like big banks and are not afraid of a little more risk and you like dividends, look at SAN. Also, compare 2 year charts of FNFG, SAN, and MTB.
Today's "Buffalo News" article on executive pay lists Gary Crosby, interim CEO. of FNFG total pay as $4,525,208 compared with Robert Wilmers, CEO of M&T as $3,674,223. Compare these executives title, tenure, and stock performance of their companies. I have been a long believer that FNFG suffers from an under performing, over paid exeecutive group who are such through Board cronyism and collusion. Even after the deparure of Koelmel, this seems to continue. Continue your investment at your own risk as neither board nor executives have any concern for the stockholder.
This company has a major product problem not to mention competition due in 2015. I have known a number of people who bought starter kits and discontinue using the product because of the expense of CO2 cartridges. I was enthusiastic about the product at first but it seems more economical to buy your carbonated beverages when on sale at the supermarket.
You know a lot of people talk about government intrusion when they discuss "their guns". Little good my pop guns will do against the strength of the government. I need my guns for protection against an increasingly lawless population armed and possesing firearms illegally particularly in our larger cities where our government makes it most difficult to obtain pistol carry permits. Allow law abiding citizens to protect themselves with RGR products.
The market is trading in a narrow range possibly before a corection. T-bill inerest rates are slipping. Ex-dividend for AGNC is the day after tomorrow (roughly 3.3% on invested money). Why isn't there more active buying for the fast buck?