not really that big a deal to me, if sales aren't there or if they don't follow...sounds more defensive than anything to me.
longer term, maybe a year, can truly see this in high teens for a double from here. good luck.
I made a LOT of money on VVUS with the pdufas, FDA, etc...but that was a looooonnnnnng time ago. got back in (granted, with profit earned from selling the news), at much lower prices because I still "believe" the future for the drugs is bright - whether with VVUS or a suitor.
sold to move to something with a shorter horizon, simple as that. not desperation, more lack of confidence that management was truly turning things around, when the stock price couldn't even muster IMPROVEMENT...I believe their IR efforts are lacking, and the street doesn't write positively about companies whose management is not informing them of progress. on the other hand, short interest & sell-side analysts thrive in that environment - so, here we sit. imo, of course. let's just say, it's not the products.
has mgt been buying shares at these depressed prices to express confidence in the direction of the co?
I thumbed up, but still cannot get past the FACT that the company has the MOST EFFECTIVE & EFFICACIOUS OBESITY & ED DRUGS ON THE MARKET, and can't seem to get out of its own way. I can accept that AF & Co., along with others with a "hedge" bet on the success of VVUS get in the way of factual information about the upside potential for the company, but watching them go through the trials of getting these developed drugs to result in SALES to potential patients is frustrating to say the least. I sold a LOT of my VVUS last year at a loss, but would've incurred even MORE loss if I had carried it to this point...so, don't talk patience to me. Good luck to all who have stuck it out...and to the company leadership who hopefully has a plan for success!
is the ops aspect of this acq a hedge vs interest rate increases? will they then sell the ops mgt part to another management co, or are they venturing into operating hospitals?
doesn't management execute the "business plan" to (presumably) pursue profitability or success of World Moto, which leads to an increase in the value of individual shares? if not, aren't they failing in their FIDUCIARY DUTY to shareholders of the company? does the Board of Directors also have some responsibility to shareholders who are entrusting executives of the company and those advisors on the BoD with their personal funds?!?!??! Does the location of the company in a foreign country have anything to do with the situation we find ourselves in as shareholders? I.e., is it a "safe haven"? I simply want answers, and press releases full of promise are all-too-easy to formulate and don't answer ANY of the questions posed here...
I think I said 3/10 of a penny...which is .003...right?
patience is required to realize opportunity...most of the time...
imo, this moves quickly back up after China issues clear.
outdoor advertising - put logos on motorcycle wheels worldwide!!!! instead, we get to see it "on display" at trade shows...with zero implementation in this "Digital Age" of techno-innovation. Any news/announcement from management would be Earth-shattering...
how many Wheelies and motometers have been sold or contracted for?!?!
imo, this is a good move for YHOO, and we'll begin to see movement on earnings and success out of the BABA deal. good luck.
gonna break towards $55 by end of July - watch & see...again, imo.