he may be all these things, but he also happens to be right on share price. if he is a short, or shilling for the shorts, he has been wildly successful, unlike those of us who are long.
The simple answer is management is inept. So calcitrol wasn't to be a blockbuster. It was to be a profit center for a company that has little to none to date. If they can screw up this, they surely can, and have, screwed up triferic re launch, timing, etc. Inept and should be replaced.
what if schwab is paying you 25% to lend your shares, as they are? if rmti is as good as it appears in the long run, the shares will spike, the shorts will cover and I will have received 25% on my investment while waiting out this process.
right. and the suits will be a big distraction/expense going forward, and can be placed directly at the feet of the CEO and his pronouncements, most/all of which have not borne out. I am long and very disgruntled on how rmti is managed.
time brings clarity. and with dvn, time and patience will out. need a reasonble time horizon, and you will be rewarded. 2011 dvn was $93/share. buy for a kid and forget about it.
the shorts have crushed in their positions. just crushed. dont expect them to quit now.