Were it not for our current political issue, i'd be delighted.
Politicians can be just as irrational as the stock market.
From your verbiage, i've got to think you are around 12 years old...too old to be cute any more.
I bought at $85 and find your histrionics tiresome.
If you've something of actual substance to offer, be pleased to hear it.
Yeah: #$%$ me off! I bought a copper and gold miner...Not a risky deep water oil company.
One major blow-out, a string of dry holes or a couple of giant hurricanes and we are sunk.
Soon we'll be back to my base line and then i'm bailing!
Too much management without enough to do for their inflated take.
Management has been wasting critical $ that should all be funneled into advancing the science on bullship maneuvering, proxies, inane salaries, bonuses, options and irrelevant #$%$.
Betraying the share holders and Dr Mason, while patients needlessly die!
The immorality of management's overweening self interest is reprehensible!
If i was a violent person, i would advocate a much harsher response.
The shorts are exploiting xenophobia and have been beating the SP up.
Be patient and they will wander off to some other target eventually.
I don't need to have my hand held, just want him to run the business he knows best.
Fact is that RR is brilliant and i want him playing the long game.
Paying down debt is a fine thing to do anytime. It reduces our vulnerability.
I think (hope) that gotham has given us a gift and am buying more.
How much are you going to let flies bother you?
Sure, one flies up your nose now and then, but..
Steven, be aware that most drug candidates fail.
And be aware there there is some serious question as to ISIS antisense drugs triggering negative immune response to the drugs themselves.
This is not investing, it's gambling/speculating, and the odds aren't all that good.
A prudent person only invests what they can afford to kiss off in companies like this.
Yeah, i plunked some bucks in ISIS too. It's a different sort of gamble.
CGEN Offers a wider range of potential reach, but is much earlier in the game than ISIS.
ISIS has a wide pipeline and spiffy partners, but it all floats or fails on their Antisense technology.
Both companies were out in front of the crowd, but as time passes and both computing and biotech in general advances, their novel position fades and the main advantage they have is having started the laborious processes earlier.
Our lack of funding slows our advance and you can be sure that the major biotechs now have similar programs trying to catch up....and few funding limitations.
The 3 MDs i know barely make middle class money and drive 10 year old cars.
Some specialists with big operations might clear a million...but hardly the average.