First off if a buyout happens the typical range would be somewhere between 50% and 100% premium. I think we can agree that range accurate. That places a BO offer at $9 to $12. Would CHTP be willing to see at those prices? Would the board of directors allow that to happen on behalf of the shareholders. I think the answers are No to both. Therefore, we go it alone, raise more money and create sales. That's the realistic response to a drug that has a life of two weeks, FOR NOW!!!
No one seems to be talking about his whereabouts. I guess he ran out of money and couldn't buy anymore shares at these discounted prices. Speak up man, are you still alive??
First off, the $7.40 was in PM on very light volume. So that doesn't really count. Secondly, the gap up after approval will get closed at some point. Expect it to close sooner than later. Not sure what news you are expecting but the CEO hasn't even tuted his own horn yet. We break down to $5 within the next 10 trading days.
Since there was a secondary after adcom, isn't there a minimum amount of time before they can do it again?
Call option for Feb are at guess what level $6.00 and are a 3:1 ration to puts. We stay here through the weekend to get past expiration. Not sure where we go from here?? I still think we close the gap back down to $5 or so before we climb towards #$%$ funny, only heard of two price target changes since approval and CEO has not formally exclaimed victory over FDA. Kinda odd if you ask me.
Hey gas #$%$, taka a look at the 5-day and turn it upside down. It will suit your personality better. Unfortunately, it will all be a lie. the stocks climbing and you can't stand it.
Why would an investor buy at prices higher than what it is selling for on the open market right now. Usually the stock is sold lower to entice a buyer to invest big bucks. You are clueless my friend.
Feb. 18th you had a SELL rating from Sierrra World Equities, which is it now? You make yourself look like such as A_S!
I'm out as of right now so I have no skin in the game. Look for a small spike in AH or in PM to generate some interest in those that may be coming late to the party. By 10:00 - 10:30 this will be negative. First the broader market closed at or near the low of the day today. That will likely continue into tomorrow. Plus as shorts continue to exit, they will throw a few dollars at the stock in the AH and PM to elevate the PPS just high enough to generate interest. Once it peaks, than WHAM, down she goes. People will set stop limits and those shares will be gobbled up on the way down to $5 which by the way is the call strike for Fridays option expiration. Count on the drop and learn to play by the market's rules. Not the ones you want to play by. They are different.
Similar action as a month ago following adcom meeting and also looking into options at the end of the week.
Look at the 5 day chart. Clearly $5 is a support which we will hit most likely in Friday when options expire. Below that we are about $4.40 or so.
We are heading down to $5 fool. Can't you read and comprehend anything? Sell now and collect profits on the way back up next week. There I dummied it down for you.
during the ADCOM, this is repeating itself all over again. The approval came out in AH late so there was little AH trading until the next day. In PM there was an artificial high made just to entice people to get in. Once the market opened, it was a slow orchestrated drop down all day. This is not dropping as fast as the ADCOM day, Jan. 14th but it has the same feel with little buyers. We also have the same pressure of options the following week. This will cause the PPs to drop to $5 to cancel out all the $5 calls. Next week the pumping comes out with new upgrades and price targets to get some interest and a higher PPS. Once the momentum slows, the company will announce another secondary to raise funds to show that they will go it alone without a buyer or partner. It's almost like clock work with these bio techs. Let's see if history repeats itself????
Or if they announce a secondary offering to generate more cash, you will get screwed! Too early for buyout and not enough potential revenue for two week prescription. Hopefully I'm long but we will drop to $5 sooner than it will hit $8. Play it smart. Sell the rally, hold for the drop and ride it back up from $5.