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krav_nick 47 posts  |  Last Activity: Dec 26, 2014 3:10 AM Member since: Jun 15, 2009
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  • krav_nick by krav_nick Dec 26, 2014 3:10 AM Flag

    Carter has delivered, (YES LUC IS RIGHT) A bunch of broken promise's to the share holders. I remember 4 years ago He said "Its going to be a great Christmas for the share holders" Up to this point He has given nothing And has took HUGE bonus's, Pay raise's, New cars, New vacation house's, Perks for the wife and kids. Nice vacations. All he had to do Was start a failing trial. Wall street has his #

  • krav_nick by krav_nick Dec 16, 2014 6:52 AM Flag

    Its that time for another juicy bonus, A new car, and some great vacations And while your at it you should pass out some nice raise's to you managers and board members

  • Reply to

    carter will eat the hedgies

    by ultimatebastos Dec 15, 2014 1:12 PM
    krav_nick krav_nick Dec 15, 2014 4:51 PM Flag

    Up to this point All that has been eaten from Carter is Bonus's, New cars, House's, and Vacations.

  • Yes he is. Lets see what kind of bonus's are handed to Carter and gang. Million dollar checks, New cars, Some trips to the new vacation house, Some new horse's for the ranch, The bonus's are coming Carter is singing "Here come's Santa clause", Laughing all the way (TO THE BANK)

  • krav_nick by krav_nick Dec 8, 2014 6:21 AM Flag

    The board drug this company down, Only to put huge money in their pockets. Incompetent CEO'S and Managers, Held sales back, Wrong marketing. They knew from the beginning they were going to screw the investors and steal all there money That's why they hired the fall guys that they did. Its the Buddy, Buddy system of wall street millionaires and billionaires. The more they can steal The richer they get.

  • krav_nick krav_nick Nov 30, 2014 8:50 AM Flag

    Why are you ranting about NDA, Studies and what might happen. You missed the point here IDIOT. The point is HEB has no income except the selling of stock and your DADDY Carter collects a nice pay check for nothing. Not even one penny coming from the sales of products. That's the point

  • krav_nick krav_nick Nov 21, 2014 5:58 AM Flag

    The board and the managers are fighting for BK Why? Way to early They didn't try to refinance the debt. They just made a deal and screwed the share holders. The board is as crooked as a wine screw

  • Reply to


    by ridgecove Nov 20, 2014 12:04 PM
    krav_nick krav_nick Nov 20, 2014 3:17 PM Flag

    Do the shorts flip over to a pink sheet and have to cover their short position? Or are they off the hook in this case?

  • Reply to

    Trading .11 Any news??

    by getaclueorgetglue Nov 20, 2014 8:50 AM
    krav_nick krav_nick Nov 20, 2014 9:18 AM Flag

    it is showing .1011 as last trade right now. I guest like anything They can do what they want in this stock market

  • Have screwed the share holders for their own greed. Karma strikes hard when it strikes. They could of stopped the delisting If they would of scheduled a hearing with Nasdaq. But no they want this company to fail from the start. Seems like They will make a ton of cash

  • Reply to

    It seems to me

    by krav_nick Nov 19, 2014 9:21 AM
    krav_nick krav_nick Nov 19, 2014 9:28 AM Flag

    So if that's how you feel there stopless, Short,Short,Short is all I can say

  • krav_nick by krav_nick Nov 19, 2014 9:21 AM Flag

    That the managers and the board are in a hurry to act. Pre mature filings, Negative statements, No press release's on pipeline, No pre release's on manufacturing and EU launch. Wonder why they are in such a hurry and so negative about everything. I know this board is shady and scamsters. They need to go to jail and be stripped of all their belongings Since they have in no way protected the share holders

  • Lets say that the courts approve the BK and the share holders get screwed. With the shares being worth 0. The large bond holders agreed to take 222 million. The question is what if the company sells for 1 billion after BK Only 222 million is to be paid out Where does the other 778 million go? Their will be no share holders.

  • Reply to

    DNDN $3.65 Buyout

    by atvestor Nov 18, 2014 1:10 PM
    krav_nick krav_nick Nov 19, 2014 4:41 AM Flag

    Only 1 problem The 660 million dollar debt Has a agreed payoff of 222 million. So that will change all your #'s

  • krav_nick by krav_nick Nov 17, 2014 6:24 AM Flag

    Pfizer dampened investors' expectations of a renewed bid for AstraZeneca on Monday by signing a major cancer drug deal with Germany's Merck KGaA , reducing the U.S. firm's need for Astra's products.
    Merck will get an upfront payment of $850 million from the U.S. drugmaker for sharing rights to develop its experimental immunotherapy drug with Pfizer. It is also eligible for up to $2 billion in payments based on the medicine's future success.
    Merck's MSB0010718C is part of a
    class of drugs known as anti-PD-L1 therapies, which work by blocking a tumor's ability to evade the immune system's defense.
    The exclusive nature of the deal means Pfizer and Merck cannot collaborate with any other drugmaker in the PD-LI or related PD-1 area, unless they jointly agree to do so.
    Such immune-boosting medicines represent the hottest area of cancer research and are also a major focus for AstraZeneca, which has a rival anti-PD-L1 product in development called MEDI4736.
    Winning access to AstraZeneca's cancer pipeline has been viewed as a major goal for Pfizer, which was unsuccessful with a $118 billion bid for the British group in May. It has a chance to renew its approach under British takeover rules from Nov. 26.
    Shares in Merck jumped 2.4 percent on the news, while AstraZeneca slid 2.2 percent by 0510 ET. The British company's stock had already fallen on Friday after several people familiar with the matter said Pfizer seemed unlikely to renew its approach.
    Pfizer said immuno-oncology was "a top priority" for the firm but a spokeswoman said British rules did not allow it to make any comment on its intentions toward AstraZeneca.
    As a result of the cost of the deal, Pfizer said it now expected its 2014 reported diluted earnings per share to be between $1.40 and $1.49, compared with $1.50-1.59 indicated previously.
    The drugmaker is paying a high price for a medicine that has yet to prove itself in full-scale clinical tests, reflecting intense competition among firms wantin

  • krav_nick by krav_nick Nov 15, 2014 8:25 AM Flag

    I haven't seen any reports or filings in the last week. Over 150 million shares traded hands and not report has been filed as to who sold or who purchased these shares. There is a 5% ownership rule in place through the SEC. Do they not have to follow these rules?

  • Reply to

    A fund

    by green_pumper Nov 14, 2014 9:49 AM
    krav_nick krav_nick Nov 14, 2014 10:44 AM Flag

    The fund that is buying up all the shares Makes a offer to purchase the company. The squeeze will be triggered.

  • Reply to

    A fund

    by green_pumper Nov 14, 2014 9:49 AM
    krav_nick krav_nick Nov 14, 2014 10:00 AM Flag

    I think a fund has been sucking up shares As long as the shorts keep selling They will keep buying. This is going to be the largest squeeze you have ever seen on wall street. The shorts are going to loose billions

  • krav_nick krav_nick Nov 14, 2014 5:48 AM Flag

    Havenger I have to agree with you. I think the Board has from the beginning Place in CEO's and manager that will collect a nice salary and bonus package for suppressing sales and holding this company back (Puppets). From the first pop to 56 dollars There has been a huge short positions with very little covering and very little growth in this company and sales. The board have made out like fat cats. That's why they are not doing everything they can to protect the 9.8 million share they just received. Them are agreed sale shares to the short funds. If the bond holders are willing to accept 222 million on the sale Why not refinance the 600 million and kick the board and the managers out. Just like CLF. Not major share holders has asked for a new board or new managers Wonder why. They will all walk away with millions if not billions While the small investors are screwed. This is a scam that has been created by the board, I just hope the judges does the right thing for the share holders Not the board and the managers

  • krav_nick by krav_nick Nov 13, 2014 2:05 PM Flag

    did they get a BK hearing in 3 days. This is a joke Nobody gets a hearing in 3 days. The paperwork isn't even final yet.

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