never short a sure thing...Neudexta's new indication will take you to the cleaners if you're short, imo. but, please keep up the bashing...indicative of the desperation now that you've missed the boat.
please continue with the "pump&dump", "won't get prescribed" rhetoric...stock will move higher in the coming weeks, as more & more articles are written in medical journals regarding the possibilities for Neudexta. Can't wait to shame you more down the road...
more ignorance regarding the elderly...almost comical, but not really. maybe you should be a caregiver for a day - oh, that's right, you couldn't take it.
they're already marketing the drug, dumbazz...why "hundreds of millions" to address additional benefits? please crawl back over to the tech sector, or read an article or two on medical advances taking place to address an aging population.
stick with tech stocks, csco_brat (fitting)...you certainly do not understand pharma...and your idiotic examples are further testimony to your profound ignorance.
1) Neudexta is established treatment already, with salesforce in place; this treatment will add physicians to the sales list, but not imo increase the sales force substantially, limited cost increases = higher margin.
2) no need to dilute because this company will imo be taken out soon - Alz is barrier to treatments by nurses/therapists, who are the most important care providers as people age. Sales are increasing for Neudexta, so revenues in good shape imo.
um...HELLLOOOOO!!!! Neudexta is ALREADY IN USE!!!! Please wake your brain up next time BEFORE posting...
put that in your pipe & smoke it...along with whatever else is in there...
again, tip of the iceberg for new orders - heading much higher on increased demand AND limited competition for products. Good luck!
glad you sold, took profits. up to the individual, depends on risk threshold...no one "right advice" for all. it's going much higher...imo, but at least you can sleep vs. panic tonight.
the "hockey stick handle" for the aging population almost dictates an increased prevalence of this behavior in seniors...looking forward to seeing more studies and positive outcomes!
it's no joke...the agitation/aggression when someone is cognitively impaired does not limit their physical strength. it's tough care for anyone...
dealing with agitation in Alz patients is a challenge for nurses and therapists, as well as caregivers/CNAs/aides, who provide other types of care (personal hygiene, physical/occupational, speech therapies, nursing care including IVs & wound care) to the patient. If it works as planned, this could revolutionalize overall care for the Alz patient imo. A big PLUS for all care environments!!!!!!!
previous treatments achieved a "calming down" effect, but had side effects of lethargy, etc. that actually create imo a more depressing affect than the agitation itself. Nice to see a med that could resolve agitation without making the patient appear "out of it"...if that's achieved, we'll succeed more than you know or can calculate. imo...of course!
wouldn't even reply to these guys...trying to imply there's a upside limit. imho, the upside in this announcement is that there will be FURTHER UPSIDE once approved for usage for this labeling, and once announcement re: salesforce & marketing of Neudexta for agitation in Alz...not far away, imo.