those numbers aren't quite right, the ema and fda sites are a bit vague about the clarity on exclusivity and patent expiration. I've seen the numbers ranging from 2 years to seven years...didn't see any 10 year protection, but you are correct in orphan drug status for the EPP indication, which unfortunately won't garner much in the way of revenues. I'm not clear on whether this carries over to Vitiligo as an orphan drug treatment if and when it is approved. If it does, then it certainly will provide some exclusivity protection for marketing. The one line item I did see is that the exclusivity timelines start the clock ticking from the date of initial submission. This means that Clinuvel has already used up 25 months of exclusivity protection regardless of the actual duration of this protection.
DDD is a new world order---DDD to $100... $200...$1000!!!! The rules of economics don't apply to a company like DDD! Blah, Blah, Blah. Hope you all realize now what a momo stock looks like when it goes up...and comes crashing back down to reality. This is still an astronomic valuation, but better than before.
I guess the world will live strictly on a diet of tacos and burrito bowls. Chipotle is the ONLY destination to choose when going out to eat! Thank god for monopolies and mono-salivary taste buds. I want to sputter spray the toilet bowl too...I'm going to Chipotle!
no short interest is a bearish sign. Way too much complacency and too many people I the bullish camp means everyone runs for the exits at the same time when the tide turns. Ignorance is not something you want to wear on your sleeve.
never made 600, and only a few single digit options crossed on both sides of the fence when this was trading green. The markets did a severe about face and cmg is standing on the edge of a cliff right now.
that's funny...I wish it was that easy. So you are saying to follow the herd? Extremely overbought markets with a political wildcard (Russia) looming in the background. The markets are walking on a very thin tightrope imo.
I think the acceleration of renewables will ease the growth in consumption of fossil fuels and allow the advancing technology in the oil and gas industry to keep up with demand. As a former geologist, the oil and gas fields are always there, is the technology for extraction up to snuff to make it feasible to take it is always the question. As technology advances, derelict wells and "dried up" reserves can yield more product than the original tap did. From an environmental point of view, the oil and gas industry is a disaster and they threw any minutia of caution they had away when the fracking industry took off. The politicians which allowed the zoning permits have no idea the future costs that these "cheap" fuels will bring. Trading energy stocks like oil is a fool's game because it is a globally manipulated exchange. I stay away, I'd be kidding myself if I thought I knew anything about those markets.
under, "what am I doing now"...put "Starving!" or "living in squalor"....the look at me American public should quickly shun you and move on to their more fashionable "friends".
it may go on a bit more, but stocks are rallying to ridiculous levels on no news, unbridled enthusiasm with nothing to be excited about, and every economic indicator pointing down, stimulus tapering, and global uncertainty. This is definitely going to end badly. The big boys are sucking in retail like a new vacuum sucks in dirt and dust.
I can't believe people stand in line 15 minutes for a taco. These must be whitebread yuppies who think it makes a lifestyle statement by eating at chipotle. I hope they know that chipotle's limited menu items contain 30 percent more fat than taco bell's equivalent and much cheaper choices. Taco Bell might hurt their fashionita self image, so these fluffers got to chipotle. White, lame, and pack followers make up the majority of patrons...egads!
this company has missed out on the last 2 years of hyperbolic market gains waiting for postponement after postponement and may actually be approved for its' first therapy when the markets are diving and the global economies are so bad that good news is bad news and bad news is murderous news. The exact opposite of the current market's mirror like imitation of 1999. Irrational exuberance in an extremely poor global environment is the one difference from back then when the global economy was actually at the end of a great run. I'm afraid the next market implosion will make 1999 look like a mild correction
what about the other partners....tsla will own a piece of the plant....not the whole thing. I can hear prince singing now, "we gonna party like it's 1999...ooooh yeaaahh!!" hey...what the??? the music stopped and theirs no chairs left!!
GM, Toyota and VW are all around 10 million units...how does 40 k units and the development of a costly battery company you are partnered with allow for a stratospheric valuation to double? Clearly a growing bubble here...crystal clear.
With over 83 million shares outstanding, the profit margins should be in the 60 percent range to make that 55 cent earnings number. Even with ludicrous subsidies, I highly doubt this company makes a non gaap profit, let alone almost $30 million dollars out of $47 mill in revs. This is a pumped up Ponzi scheme stock that isn't worth the paper its' printed on. Oh yeah, Elon Musk is notorious for being involved with outrageously priced companies. Each tesla car sold is worth well in excess of $1.25 million dollars in investors eyes. People are so stupid it is laughable.
Ponzi schemes eventually crumble...you have zero basis to say that this will continue for years to come...you are laughing in the face of logic and promoting insanity. FB has only been a listed stock for 20 months or so...that is not a long term chart, history or enough data to make any conclusions about a future much greater than the sum of its' history. People are very short sighted....the economic cycle is nearing its' end and the ammunition has dried up. You sir, are witnessing a blow off top in the markets that will create a feeding frenzy at the top before the water turns to blood. GL with that ignorance you so proudly wear on your sleeve.
who's winning the perception game you mean? You do know that for the most part, wall st wins and the investor loses. Common fact. You may have profits on paper, but if you stick around too long---poof!
and that is forward looking. Can we say irrational enthusiasm?