Have you switched sides again/?
Maybe he's waiting for Mercury to stop being in retrograde before he takes his thumb out of his butt and delivers something substantial.
So investing longterm instead of day-trading makes someone a pumper? And people wonder why the average joe is scared of the stock market.
Yeah, this is seriously starting to suck. Unfortunately, the entire biotech sector is getting absolutely demolished, and the IBB looks as if it could probably go down another 10-15%, which will make things really ugly around here unless we get some news, stat.
Jgrover is right. LPC can't own 9.9% at any time, which is why it's safe to say they've been selling at least some of their shares.
What makes you think that haven't sold those shares? Don't kid yourself. LPC agreed to this deal so they could make money. The surest way to make money is to sell shares into a huge run, and ZLCS has had quite a few of them in the past couple of months. LPC has been making bank here. They're a vulture fund. This is what they do. They don't sit on all their shares hoping news will be good. It would be downright dumb of them not to sell any of the shares they purchased (or were given) at a low pps.
I find it interesting that you are talking about high school educations, yet you have a hard time constructing an actual sentence.
Possible, but not likely. I doubt they'd knowingly release a positive press release in the morning followed by a bad one in the evening. More likely would have been to release bad news AH on Friday and good news PM on Monday.
Uh huh. Just like all of the people letting everyone know they sold for a profit, all the while continuing to bash the stock even after they have no shares. I hope no one is actually dumb enough to sell because of your b.s. Part of the same cycle every time the share price takes a nose dive.
Good job of selling near the bottom of this latest drop, chump. Learn how to trade properly. You should be scaling your buys right now. And I wouldn't be surprised if that's what you and a few other deceivers are actually doing right now. Despicable.
Yes, there is a high number of thoroughly deceptive posters here. But this is the norm for pretty much any biotech on YMB.
Your logic is poor. The P3 trial included very young boys, who don't typically lose ambulation at nearly the pace that older boys do, and they don't have the luxury of having data for over 3 years. I would wager that after the number crunching, you'll see that those boys that were 10 and older in the P3 trial who were able to tolerate drisa likely showed similar improvements. So the drug does work for some. The problem is that it's also poison for, which is another reason why the P3 trial was stopped. RNA/GSK ran a very poorly designed P3. Had they run that P3 like SRPT ran their P2, I'd wager the numbers would have looked better for those boys who could tolerate drisa.