It's the first big player in it's field and has superior name recognition and a durably robust product.
Lots of exciting new tech in development. Buy while it's cheap!
You can't deal with a democracy.
If you could actually do something useful,
you'd appreciate the lasting value of a good anvil.
Anvil prices have risen much faster than the S&P 500!
We disagree about the veracity of AF's opinions, More than once it's been quite clear that he wrote the short argument with malicious intent because he thought her could profit from half truths and worse...Rather successfully, but morally repugnant. There are many examples of his amoral behavior.
The hold was unanticipatible and the trial design flaw was minor and should never have resulted in a hold of more than a few days.
They have been working on your remedy for a long time.
It still lies in the clinical trial results as it has for years and years.
Serious longs and ephemeral traders have very different perspectives on value.
Chard is a trader and speaks his shorter term interest.
For us longs, the current price is a spectator sport , interesting only in the opportunity it might offer to pick up cheap shares.
It seems clear that the majority of traders, regardless of scale, don't do as well as the S&P 500.
Chinaman capitulating at the low?
The board gods are shocked and dismayed...
Darn it, losing heart with trials close to coming in
and a buffetesque buying opportunity before us,
begging with big puppy eyes.
Sorry Ivan, not mocking you..I get wordy when self conscious.
Your postings have been clear, knowledgeable and informative.
XON/ZIOP has their "Reho-switch construct to control cytosine storms.
The TPIV results showing dramatic increases in potentially active T cells lead me to wonder if that wasn't a 2 edged sword that'd be difficult to control.
Apologies, a head cold and my wife's cancer dance has dented my sense of humor for the moment.
The chances of flagrant fraud are much worse in china. I speak as one several times burned.
We sink as the general market sinks.
But so many posts are predicated on an assumed future as fact,
that something irritatingly pedantic in me
feels compelled to disagree and point out why, again.
It's really not supposed to bother me any more.
While we are talking, let me ask,
does TPIV have any mechanism to control cytokine storms,
or is that not a problem here?
Right, but it's a quibble.
Interesting to see if panic would allow the use of a gene-drive
to eliminate the blood suckers. ( please add ticks to the list).
I fear the popularization of CRISPR is going to nullify a lot of our advantages.