Right. Because they don't already have capital to buy Baba. Hedge funds always tie up every cent they have and never have capital in reserve. Because that would be smart, and hedge funds aren't smart. That's why they constantly lose money.
That's actually false, by the time Columbus was around, very few people actually thought the world was flat. That was a lie your teacher told you.
But yeah, pasteur is a bit much and rather vitriolic. But I still don't think that's a reason to completely ignore everything he says.
Gotta agree with pasteur on this one. I'm sure the drug worked, but the fact that it worked better later is likely due to individual response and not that the drug is somehow better if the disease is farther along. That really doesn't make any sense.
No, I think he believes we are currently undervalued (as do I). I just don't think he's trying to send some secret message to shareholders. A ton of news is going to come rapidly over the next 18 months.
We've discussed such things before and investors are convinced there is some secret message the CEO is sending. There hasn't been before and there isn't now. (It's not specific to SRPT. I've seen it happen with a lot of companies.) It's just hogwash 99% of the time. It was an interview. That's all.
And for the record, I am very bullish on the company. But I'm also level-headed and grounded in reality.
I think you are overanalyzing this. Christ is thinking in terms of 5-10 years out and the platform as a whole, which is a value that could be huge. That's it. There's no secret message.
Meanwhile, people like you keep complaining about it instead of making money.
Got a source for this info? I only know of one--the missionary from Spain--but I'm sure there could be more. Shed some light. It's certainly relevant.
For those of you who keep doubting that money will come, you're wrong. It will. Doesn't matter from where. It's reasonable to expect SRPT to get a piece of the pie because they will need to get their hands on all drug supply.
It means nothing. This happens with nearly every buyout. Just a bunch of ambulance-chasing lawyers looking to make a quick buck.
Huh? There's nothing to stockpile. The drug was manufactured awhile ago. It's available to use, but that's been the case well before this latest scare. They aren't making any new drug unless it is requested. If it has been requested, we'll know about it right away.
I think you have too much time on your hands. For someone with so many years of investment experience, you seem to be worrying an awful lot over minute details.
The market has been hot since the last mini-correction. It'll probably cool off for a few days sometime here soon, and then take off again. I expect SRPT to join the ride on the next larger market lift.