The shorts control the PPS. At least so far they do. They think they can continue to do so. The companies and whomever are represented by these PPS controllers and have the biggest stake in the wether or not they succeed believe in them. And why not? All they have to do is look at their growing profits. Since approval MNKD has fallen from well over $10. I just read that actively managed hedge funds make 50% more then the S & P 500. There intent is to make money by either destroying MNKD or if they can't. Riding it back up after they repurchase. They probaly can't lose. At least this is how I understand it.
My Mom died from over doing pain meds prior to hip replacement surgery. She had pain med (particularly tylenol) caused liver damage that went undetected. The surgery was a success. But the liver failed in 2 months post surgery. Not only did her GP fail to detect any liver damage before the hip replacement. The 2nd rate doctors couldn't figure it out for a month & a half after she was readmitted to the hospital. It wasn't until she began turning yellow and 50+ blood checks later that they realized what the problem was. By then it was too late. Her arms were covered in needle marks from the blood tests. A non toxic inhalable pain med might have saved her life.
If early adopters each eat 3 plates of beans on a regular basis. How many will fart? All of them! Do you want to be there when all of them do? Some of the regulars on this message board would no doubt.
Well of course that don't have a reason to be disappointed based on the little effort they have put into it. That's why I was surprised to read that they said they were. So, did they really say that?
Maybe the no response to your question. Pretty much shows the level of intelligence of everyone on this board. Me included.
It strikes me- if it turns it into more shares of MNKD. That alone would bring the PPS down to the $3 Goldman predicted. Maybe it's all part of the plan. Then the shorts cover and ride her up. I'm not sure I even know what I'm talking about. Does this make sense?
I misunderstood, thought you meant people were talking about Afrezza. No one even mentions it but Amy and one other regular afrezza twitter. Though it does appear it could be useful to the diabetic's tweeting here. No one has a clue it even exists!
97 year old woman in New Jersey. She had a history of heart attacks, diabetes, 3 operations to remove cancer, a liver transplant and secretly smoked a box of cigars a week. She had just started using Afrezza when she keeled over. Abbott and Costello say it was the Afrezza that did her in. They are about to release a damaging story about her suffering ordeal on the drug and untimely death. Just a heads up.