So if they haven't hit the ATM yet, that probably means some large institution was unloading the day and day after announcing PTSD results. 6+ million shares in two days is not retail.
You would think/assume that the Nasdaq site would be the most reliable and correct. It's the same scenario for many stocks, where one site shows something completely different than another and nobody seems to know which one is correct.
How can you not be demoralized here? I'm averaged in at a much higher price and it's not reassuring that the share price continues to go down, especially after issuing somewhat positive PTSD results.
In an ideal world they won't raise capital until a spike, but who is to say this is going to see any spikes in the near future? After seeing what happened with PTSD, a spike from positive fibro isn't a guaranteed thing.
I am at the point where I really can't see what possibly moves this back up. PIII fibro, maybe, but the terrible cash situation and uncertainty about the PTSD trial and having to run a much larger trial is going to hang over the share price head for a long time here. This has now turned into a very long hold for many people who never planned on holding for long.
rises 18%. Not exactly what you want to see if they want to clean up their reputation. They should be making more when they have results to prove they deserve it. Not happy about this.
Exactly. Nothing ever, ever comes out of conferences. It's always the same corporate/pipeline overview. Tired of seeing posts about conferences being catalysts.
You know how one can tell that you're a paid pumper? Your aliases. If you did a better job at coming up with inconspicuous names you may be taken more seriously.