The reason I ask is the September 18 Options have large open interest from $3 all the way up to $6. That is very bullish. Though since I have not been watching for a long period of time I do not know when the positions were initiated, but they exist none the less. There is very little activity in the Puts and short interest is non existent at 729,000 shares.
A licensing deal selling their products which are how far away from approval?
elbit asked when "WILL" not when "COULD" PSTI become profitable. While I do not know a great deal about PSTI I do know a good bit about Biotech. It is highly unusual for a company to receive a meaningful offer or partnership prior to finishing phase II trials. The suitor will want to see very strong P2 data.
I like PSTI and think the share price is attractive, but shareholders need to be objective and realistic.
Kroger is a better managed company but they do not have stores where I live so I can't offer a comparison. I like WFM as a stock purchase but I am not a patron. It really is a marked up store for white collar shoppers, but this type of business has a place in the market. They have enough unique and interesting offerings to draw in the business. My yuppie friends love whole foods (seriously, they do. Some won't even step foot in Wegmans) Personally, I purchase groceries from Trader Joe's, Giant (Ahold), and Wegmans. Meat/poultry from a local butcher.