I am glad I havnt listened to you....so far. This thing is heading to 30s. I have been trading since 1997... so I know a little, well very little.
get a life. This business is not for you. A bunch of clueless dimwitz being proven wrong again and again. Keep doubting everything, you will never make a dime. Shorts are always short lived. Better be quick and nimble.
perhaps because he owns shares? didnt think about that now, did you smarty pants?
LOL, Jews are here forever, all the massacres over the centuries failed. You will be extinct and no one will ever care about your lousy little cowardly stunts. Convert while you can....
Point well taken made on strategy and, yes, brilliant. Again, just assesing the probability of a win morally by a judge.
Sash all points well taken, and am well aware of them. However, still think Shasta, although in an an ingenious way, has just violated j&j and did what the Chinese did to US manufacturer s. Shasta should develop their own meter, if they claim they have superior alternative to JNJ. The way they entered the market seems a bit cheesy and not the most ethical to me. Hell ya, if they could destroy the pricing in a legal way, and make it affordable to all for a quality product, all the power to them. They would probably go after all the brand names next. I am just in doubt the a judge would allow it for moral reasons. That's all I am posing here. I like the discourse to feel comfortable being long and fliipping it for the long side, by assesing the risk of a favorable judgment. Thanks guys.
Made, I will not respond to nonsense or illusionary messagas. Please take your meds, whoever you are.
Your Mercedes analogy is flawed as well, since the main revenue for Mercedes is from the car sale, vs the here the main and only revenue is frim the recurring strip purchases.
Well said pastry. I hear your points, but I dont like this concept of someone infringing on another's product. Why cant genstrip have its own meter? Why would j&j just sit there and allow this. Whether they win or lose, I dont see why they are not right.
I don't see J&J giving in and buying them out. I dont see any judge ruling in favor of a trademark, free competition violater. Just common sense guys.