We needed the PD1 drug to combine with our constructs.
Demonstrably, the constructs haven't been enough to attract a decent deal alone.
Hey #$%$ Up Tim;
I'm forced to agree based on the SP. I've had my nose rubbed in the dirt on this for years.
I've recouped a little on short term trades, but it's faint consolation. Glad my total investment is fairly modest as i knew i was investing blind in a story stock.
When i was first investing, i bought some long shot holdings, like CMFO.
I was very aware that most longshots miss.
Note that a pile of dung increases in value as it ages, unlike this stock.
With the facilities and market they claim, they should be quite profitable.
But the fact is, this company is almost imaginary for us.
We really don't have the faintest idea what's actually going on there in China.
It's altogether possible that this is a splendidly juicy buy at .16.
It's equally possibly that our ADRs are completely worthless as Mizesaw has inferred.
I don't understand where one could file an action or how one could collect on a favorable judgement Telestoned.
Can't help but think the joke is on us...#$%$ as i am.
Doubt RE the value of the auditors has come up numerous times in years past. Stupidly, i ignored them.
Is todays 5 cent share price the new low?
If you were a gambler, you'd buy.
My own record as a day trader isn't inspiring.
While it's painful that i invested at $5 and ended up with 2 cents...
The real tragedy is that Dr Mason's important anti-cancer work has been squandered,
and hundreds, perhaps thousands of lives will be lost,
all thanks to management.
That's the real crime here!
I'm pretty ready.
I bought in around $4 pre split, believing in the science;
and it's been a sinking travesty ever since.
Really disheartening management.
Leaps of 20 to 30% aren't unusual but there's diddle for predictability.
It's real gambling. I bought years ago and lost big time!
We really don't know if they are still in business.
They lied horribly to stockholders in the past;
now they don't even bother.
Prostate surgery will only be a minor part of the ISRG surgical applications in time.
This is hardly a dying company...that's just plain silly!
I first bought at around $80 a share and while it's soared and retraced from time to time,
it is by far and away my most successful investment.
Relax, it'll go back up again and continue to grow.
The possibility of morcellators dispersing cancer cells hidden in fibroids, rare as it is, has been recognized and a technique of containing the debris (bagging) successfully developed.
It's no longer an issue or a danger.
Ntsip, you are just speaking your short interest some more.
RR built this business and is obviously brilliant. There's no reason to think he has become dumber. We are betting he is working through the problems...What else can we do? He has all the pertinent information and presumably future plans to cope. We are in the dark.
He also isn't particularly loyal to the share holders.
He has a huge vested interest here and isn't apt to walk away from it.
A fine idea.
But getting anything out of GS wouldn't be cheap, and i'm sure they'd insist on a bite.
Jewhoo...You are a shortsighted investor....or more likely one of those ephemeral shorts,
who will be long gone when we're still pocketing that fat divi.
It's reasonable to think that with a vast population and growing affluence, China will be fertile fields for this advanced and well positioned ag company.
Yes, the debt makes me uneasy.
If you can't speak the language either, you are probably as ill informed as we are.
As i said, DISQUALIFIED.