Something like that. I need a program that can roll Report Abuse violations, enough of those gets you removed from the system. Since it's been quiet here Yahoo probably blocked his IP address from access and that shut down many of the accounts we had bashing on here.
Herbert Simon proclaimed there are two types of decision makers, the satisficer and the maximizer. The former seeks a quick adequate decision while the latter will dedicate much time and effort to finding the optimum decision. I'm a maximizer. It makes investing interesting because you will almost never make a truly ideal decision. I don't consider that a reason not to try though.
I noticed on Saturday I was mulling over Prana, not uncommon for me but it was more thinking than usual; what I know, what I don't know, what I think I know, what I'm expecting, what will happen in x y or z scenario... Then I stopped. I've been through this before, it's a byproduct of stress which will naturally build as we approach results. I don't experience many of the usual side effects from stress but I am prone to overthink or rethink. Beware the rethink. The reality is anything "new" I've seen or heard has only supported my long standing decision about my investment and there is no rational reason to change my position in any significant way. So I'm going to stick to my guns and wait patiently.
You should contact the CEO about this, he keeps telling everyone March for some reason.
I brought that up once a long time ago (approval in other countries) but heard crickets. It's easier/faster to get clearance in just about every country outside of the U.S. BUT that FDA approval carries serious weight. Doctors around the world recognize the FDA stamp as the strongest validation of safety and they can be hesitant to prescribe a new treatment that is not FDA approved. Prana doesn't have the man power to take on a multipronged approach but at the very least I would like to see them pursue approval from Australia's Therapeutic Goods Association.
After Imagine results and a partnership the worldwide effort should begin.