None of these reporting services are reliable. They reported they had a 3q eps of .32 vs .85 expectations, the latter figure is for 4Q. FYI
Considering MTX has been standard of care but limited because of its bioavailability with current delivery system, this could be a required step before moving to Enbrel, Humira and other significantly more expensive biologics
saw a sell off after Fortune's article, Yelp sold off from 69.40 to 68.45 while Nasdaq climbed. IMO concerns over fake review issue may be getting mainstream coverage raising credibility concerns over the model. Also concerns over listed businesses bringing litigation for business impact of damaging reviews or inflated reviews of competitors, which would be made possible if Yelp is found guilty and fined.
This is not an apples to apples comparison, any drug will perform better with a Metformin boost, when compared to a single oral comparison drug - if you gave that patients in the comparitor arm metformin they would be equivallent. Reading way too much into this data.
Previous poster lied, he did not say STRONG BUY, he likes the company and products but would not based on it's price/valuation which he thinks is far ahead of it's growth
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I feel your pain - I actually bought today! Even having read the Barron's article there seemed to be little impact on the stock, there weren't any downgrades or price target changes in reaction to the article, so I don't buy that this was a response to Barron's from nervous investors, that knee jerk stuff happens immediately - the volume was too scary, almost the whole float. Maybe this is typical wall street slime manipulating stock, or maybe there is bad news, but what ticks me off is the lousy investor relations here. This was the number one decliner today, hurrendous volume and not one word from someone from the company to calm investors. Usually they at least issue a statement, acknowledging the price move of the stock and that they know of no reason for it. If there is news that comes out on Monday that's bad than a shareholder lawsuit is likely and should have the SEC investigate
hard balls of steel, brains of cotton, how old are you anyway? Have a little dignity if you're even capable.
if you haven't jumped off the ledge yet how about a shout out to the shareholders? Or are you waiting until Monday when we're trading on the pink sheets?
I hope you're right! I bought today at the open!!!!! lucky me to go bust on an upmarket day. I agree though, this is about innovation, there's bound to be skeptics, should be an upside correction when the dust settles
who knows if there really was a conference call, it just said there was on that Benziger service, seems mysterious to have a five day delay in a reaction to the Barrons article, it could just be some large fund who got in at 9 bucks and cashing out. My guess is if there's news it will be released after the extended hours trading and if its bad you know there was insider trading going on. The shareholder suits are usually handled on contingency basis if it comes to that. I just got in today, lucky me to lose big on an up market day :(
Why do people keep talking about short covering? This stock is at new highs and just lost near term revenue, yes they have a pipeline, but nothing that should drive the stock price much higher than the 18-19 price target - I have no idea what drove the spike today, there were a couple of "maintain ratings" from analysts but not much validation of why
Good point. Dumb question, or maybe naive but wouldn't a move against china (unfair trade practice) be good for ole Molly??
I'm with ya, and I'm long the stock, but don't jinx it by saying the approval is "in the bag" that author was totally irresponsible saying that, FDA and IN THE BAG should never be in the same sentence, ask anyone who works at a pharma company like me. I'm concerned the run up today was an over reaction to his very self serving comments. That information he discussed is not new, and the rapid run up meant that nobody bothered to validate his comments, you couldn't possible disseminate a clinical trial that quickly, but people just piled in. IT's scary. Same thing happened to GNOM, up 40% in one day then totally erased it two days later and went further south. Different circumstances, but similar in that the information they released was not fully baked
they commented about that on CNBC today, if you go to their website and put KERX in the ticker they'll have a link to the video. They said it was a bullish indication the stock would go higher, but I can't say I completely understand it! but check it out if you want. Maybe the ones that were sold were not there to protect a long position, could have been just people speculating it would go down, and sold the puts just to get anything for them.
Agreed, I don't think it's a pump and dump necessarily, but I do think it's an over reaction, this isn't new news, this data has been out there, and it's an article written by a long who says things like "FDA approval a done deal" in the headline, FDA and DONE DEAL do not belong in the same sentence, ever. They are just way too unpredictable unfortunately, so I'm a little skeptical of the authors motives and lack of objectivity. Also I didn't like his claim about the doctor consultant who supposedly invested in DNDN at 4 and sold at 50 (the all time low, and all time high) that just plays to the greedy novices, and further you can't prove if he actually did that or not. I do own the stock, and ever so pleased about the run up, but what can happen is the slightest bit of bad news can send it back down further than where it started from today as people panick to get out.
But the good news is, all the shorts have likely covered. There were 11 million short and there's practically the whole float traded today so no shares to borrow! Crazy Crazy !