Then you buy chinese stocks? And then you buy Japanese cars after they attacked pearl harbor?
are you forgetting about communism?
you think I'm the expert here...you're talking to a guy with a 6th grade education
with a hugh burn rate...only has $7 Billion left in cash. That's not much given the company's expenses.
dont take my word fo it....check the balance sheets!
100 times earnings and dividend.
but what Mr. Hyde? I suppose he has plenty already. but still, the stock just got a whole lot cheaper in these last few weeks!
That would have crushed the markets --- totally crushed it!!
Then I would have asked about the $2.4 trillion the U.S. gives out every year in entittlements/befefits?
And that debt gets bigger every year buy $1 trillion.
HOW HELTHY IS THAT FOR THE U.S. ECONOMY?
And that's why the economy and spending is good. Does not mention that the u.s. Has $18 trillion in debt.
And all that spending helps the economy! The annual budget is about $4 trillion and the u.s. Gives out $2.4 trillion to people to spend. She also doesn't mention that the u.s. Has to print and always raise the debt ceiling to meet that spending. She mentions none of this and all this debt will crush the markets!
I presented a few thoughts on the drop. I bought more and too a gamble. I have no intentions to sell although I am just about done with buying more have no money.
I will speculate that Mr. Hyde and others will take up a few shares in a stock purchase agreement, which also explains why there are no sec form 4 buy orders from Mr. Hyde. I will also speculate that Mr. Hyde will not allow his stake in GTXI to go down the drink, especially if there remains good prospects to the ongoing research. Of course all this is just a speculation.
Yes - I see that (IBIO) and doing good today at 14% up. But what I don't understand is that IBIO has been under a $1 for over a year and it's not delisted. The company is late filing most quarter and both the company's cash and research is much smaller compared to GTXI.
If your cost is $2 why not buy another 2K for seventy two cents and average down?
(1) going under a dollar and remaining there.
(2) not much good news to report as time goes on.
(3) the small amount of cash remaining.