that nut job doesn't know the first thing about investing! lol
you have no foresight of what a good company or good industry is.......your obsession of being stuck on the Navy is boring us all!
none and in this environment institutional buying interest will start coming into the stock now. Will become the new momentum favorite of IBD. It was on that track till they did the bonehead secondary (good reason they need a financial guy on the board of directors) but the spilled milk offering is over with leaving the company with 34 million cash, no debt and growing rapidly in one of the few areas of the economy that will grow rapidly.
now that pharma / bio tech's got crushed, its more likely that HZNP will get DEPO for their original offer. DEPO shareholders don't have much choice if they don't want to have their stock drop in half here!
Hilary made a bad decision to come out with her well timed thread about reforming the only area in the economy that is growing and creating good paying jobs over the hedge fund duschbag who bought a old drug and jacked the prices up big. I think she lost votes and now will lose lots of money from drug, advertisers, wall street to her campaign. Reality even if she got in she likely could do little to reform it anyways! Her advisors suck!
standard language to meet disclosure rules, trying to twist it into anything else is showing your trying to talk you short position down dude!
totally depends on product mix as well. If they get more military / govt work it may not fall at all
happens with all companies as your sales grow rapidly you lose a little in margin. Your acting like its going to fall of a cliff!
hiring at end of july, Business Development, Executive Assistant Finance/Human resources, Innovation Engineer, Project manager, Utility rebate manager, Junior mechanical engineer, Salesforce manager.....now with 35 million watch this list get updated any time again. Doesn't sound like a company that expects sales to decrease!
with stock up from 7 to 17 in couple months the company saw an opportunity to expand faster with more cash. Rather than borrow funds to support accounts receivable they chose selling stock, questionable choice but now that they have the cash they should start executing and expanding sales force. Has anyone looked to see if they are hiring on their web page......
The company states that the next couple quarters they are going to be hitting on 100% growth or better just what they have on the books let alone the 12 to 18 month contract they got for cleveland clinic. This company is targeting 7 growth areas with their expanding sales force. A number of these areas are 3 billion dollar potential or more, growth is assured for many, many years out besides replacement market for bulbs. Government GSA work alone is worth billions that they are just beginning to tap.
don't be cheated out of your stock by this likely paid basher hired by a unscrupulous hedge fund who is manipulating EFOI. These crooks are a dime a dozen, best to report them to the SEC for the duschbags they are!
Heard the SEC is coming after you for stock manipulation! Posting Johnny Tu was with Fuqua Ind.
Mr. Tu is the Founder, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer of 5 Elements Global Advisors, an investment advisory and management company focusing on investing in clean energy companies with breakthrough, commercialized technologies and near-term profitability potential. He is also Co-Founder of Communal International Ltd., which is dedicated to assisting clean energy solutions companies access to global marketing, distribution licensing, manufacturing and financing resources. Previously he was the Director of Investment Management of Gerstein Fisher & Associates and an equity analyst at Dolphin Asset Management Corp. Mr. Tu holds a bachelor of science in electrical engineering from Tsing-Hua University in Taiwan, and a master of business administration from Baruch College in New York. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst.
makes me wonder if the underwriter exercised the over allotment and didn't sell it! What idiots!
EFOI should fire the underwriters for such a %$%$ job they did! or better yet sue them!
Most come out with a announcement that it has been completed, I haven't seen anything like that posted, makes me wonder if its even done!