yes, you'll see when it all comes crumbling down. what sources are you relying on for your bullishness? stock pumpers.
Dude. These guys are pure stock pumpers. There's nothing going on. Their product is stock marketing to people uneducated in the market. There's no link and there won't be one. Learn to recognize stock pumpers. These guys are displaying all of the traits to absolute perfection. Don't be fooled.
good to have another pump-buster here; mostly in the tankers on this board. What other trash you shorting out there. ORMP?
I am not anything that you say above.
Sorry cc. If you are not willing to look up the actual returns on ALL Cramer#$%$ (which has been done; it's easy to find) to see his underperformance, than I can do nothing to help you.
I've nothing further to say to you on the matter.
My wisdom is this. Go find the verified research on the actual results of cramer's stock recommendations vs the market. Then come back and tell me if you'd love to invest as he does. My goal is typically to help....but can't help those who don't want it.
no, not at all. that's how deals work. there is always a spread between the announced deal price and stock trading price, to account for time value of money, deal uncertainties, etc. deal arbs play heavily in these situations all the time. this one is par for the course.
i am just trying to apply a reasoned approach to valuation. I would calculate a value based on the probability-weighted outcomes both with and without approval. Those require estimated revenue numbers. Without such data, share prices guesses are much less reliable.
what is the expected revenue of the company if both products are approved? how about if one is approved? how about if none are?