the float is minuscule...violent swings in price per share are to be expected....my Magic-8 ball says compare this chart to that of IRG for what's in store technically.
The last 10-K was a laundry list of screw ups. That being said, it's pretty hard to lose money in the insurance business. The Phoenix shall rise again. The institutional investors are obviously fleeing at the moment, signaling their thoughts about the current CEO... The BoD is asleep at the wheel.
That is what you call a "game changer."
Sentiment: Strong Buy
One more piece of the deal has to be put in place but it shouldn't be too difficult. I'm expecting major news in in two to four weeks.
Your families will be able to salvage some money by harvesting your organs thanks to Cytosorb!
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Tssk. Tssk. You're conflating things. There is doubt about the timing of the widespread adoption and sales not their inevitability or the science underlying this groundbreaking technology.
ctso4life: I'm not sure why we're arguing. Yes, the evidence to date in anecdotal, and, yes, anecdotal evidence is the weakest. A single stick is weak too but when bundled to other sticks, the bundle is quite strong. So it is with anecdotal evidence. Personally, I am amazed by the number of positive case reports to date .... indeed, it seems as if they are beginning to become a torrent. These positive reports are even more amazing given that doctors have mostly been reporting upon their most hopeless patients. Of course, I agree with you, that Cytosorb won't become a blockbuster, de rigeur technology until the clinical trials are published.
The animal studies were promising. Now, the case reports are promising. Is there any doubt that the clinical reports won't be the same?
is there any doubt that the sales of Cytosorb will climb to the tens or hundreds of millions when that inevitability happnen?