I believe he is referring to the upcoming trial. I just put it on stocktwits
Because half the board is still worthless. It's actually best if they don't attend meetings. Their opinions are neither needed nor valued
30%+ growth in 2016 but thanks for your concern. I'd be more concerned about your company's lack of transparency.
Funny. I missed that one OWT As I just posted, the guy is getting desperate. Next thing you know, we will see a post that they are hiring a new receptionist. market moving news!
Wow market. Smacks of desperation that you have resorted to posting job openings at OSIR. Will you keep us posted if they post a job for a new admin assistant as well? Really critical information.
by First Analysis from $11 to $15 this morning. They are increasingly confident after management meetings and view the pullback as a particularly attractive buying opportunity
It was typical OSIR. Didn't really respond to the majority of the allegations set forth in Pearson's article. They said a bunch of nothing, just like they always say. Never transparent.
ozark, why is Apple's growth rate slowing? Because when you come into the market with zero (like smart phones at one point) and take it over your first few years the growth is off the chart. Once the market matures, growth can continue but not at the same rate it did when the starting revenue was zero. Get it?
Vol, they didn't even say anything about the product, they were opining on the trial, presumably making a determination based on size of trial. They did not say that Grafix was a better product. And, as I said, their opinion is irrelevant. The only relevant opinion is that of doctors who use EpiFix over Grafix. They don't need a trial, they have years of hands on experience using it to know that it works,
Let me tell you what IS reliable. The fact that sales of MDXG product dwarf OSIR product (if we even know what OSIR's sales even are). The fact that doctors and hospitals continue to order MDXG product is the most reliable indicator possible.
MDXG 30 days up 4.32%. OSIR down it looks like close to 30% NOT including today. 3 months MDXG up 1.5% OSIR down 54%
I read Best Buy is struggling and has excess inventory. OSIR might want to enter into a strategic alliance with Best Buy which allows OSIR to lease space in freezers sitting in Best Buy's stores to store their frozen stuff.
Interesting that (allegedly) OSIR was storing "sold" product for customers at their own facility. Apparently the promotion for free freezer giveaways with product bought expired and customers demanded OSIR TO hold the frozen dinners for them.
An earnout payment would be set forth on the PA between MDXG and Stability, x amount if revs his x and so forth.. Presumably a buyer of MDXG would continue to sell Stability product so nothing would change. earnout would still be paid based on revs from their product
I'll answer that. In a acquisition (stock deal) a buy assumes the liabilities of the target. So they buyer would make the payment.
Indeed. OSIR down 46.7% over the last 3 months. MDXG up 0.48%. Not that it matters but the stock prices just hit one another keeping in mind that means MDXG is worth almost 4X OSIR