huh? jan 15 puts? you mean 75 puts? and the options size you are describing dwarfs his long positions, so might as well just trade the options and forget his long if he wants to earn money from the options.
they will keep selling until this thing is in 50's...because it is still double the IPO price.
Any dork could be put up definition of corporate governance and still don't know what it means. Raising capital has nothing to do with corporate governance otherwise you can say the same thing with every single company that raise capital - it is as dumb as anything anyone can ever say. You are an i d iet for sure.
what do you guys in general downside for BIIB is? you think we do a trading range type of deal? or is it heading lower? this sounded like a company with such great pipeline not too long ago and now this??
good corporate governance? how is a secondary offering anything to do with corporate governance? do you even know what corporate governance is? because you sound absolutely stupid for saying that. I mean, good gosh, might as well say it is good weather for them to do this.
those dorks never understand the market, clearly GPRO left so much money on the table in the IPO that they are now trying to recoup some of it. This will be in the 60's soon.
short covering and some buying. WFM still suks, but they improved a bit and it was oversold, don't get your hopes high. The other retailers are still going to eat WFM lunch going forward, they are way too expensive to shop. Don't let one qtr and some hopium get you high on this again.
you see a question on the topic doesn't mean I don't know that answer, if you see that I made my own assumptions as to why. Excuse me if that doesn't stand your approval, your heinous. Maybe you were long and got shafted.
let it drop a few points and accumulate, Dis giving opportunity to accumulate at cheaper levels. Good core holding for steady returns...not going to hit HR with this, but take 20%+ gains a year is fine.
it is like taking your corner super market and dressing it up for an IPO. The 95% drop straight down in price within 10 months suggest this was never IPO material, and probably some early investors desperately using IPO for them to get out at all cost. The Fairway near me is empty as anything in NY. Prices too high, quality so-so, why shop at them?
Look it up, this is the third time in about 5 years. You buy afterwards, you going to do very well. In fact, I think the last one was done at around 100.
maybe investor interest wasn't there till now at 170+? and I mean, it would be nice to do everything at the highs but there is the other side called investors who dictate pricing as well...makes sense?
maybe he is helping the funds that bought on the secondary at $90 since most would short the stock to hedge and this free fall is a boon to those funds. Then when everyone is flushed out, then mgmt conveniently starts to work the numbers to beat estimates again. Ugly side of the business at retail shareholders' expense.
and the stock take a 10% hit then, and then beat on the revenues afterwards because the street would have lowered it. This near miss and inept mgmt in managing expectations is now reason why this stock is down hard.