Well, the incredibly powerful shorts couldn't do much to the Paul Ehrlich Institute or other scientific bodies in the UK and Republic of Germany, now could they. There is such a thing as countervailing power, you know. I believe Dendreon failed because of the expense of the therapy.
The point of the matter, though, is how long it will stay at 3.00. And when and if it will traverse to higher evaluation. Care to comment...
The product's much anticipated entry into the worldwide market will obviously drive the price higher. There will be a few pullbacks but I doubt the trend is anything but bullish. How ought we to understand negativity...obviously shorts rooting around .
"Bloated pig" is a name I would reserve for the poster.
I recall reading an article by Oliver Sacks, MD, about a trip to a clinic in a Polynesian country, where because of the inability of ethnicities - relatively new to agriculture - to cope with processed foods, diabetes is rampant. He said the clinic he visited had a sickly sweet odor about it, from the acetone exhaled by the patients. He saw a "pile" of amputated legs, feet, and fingers.
Diabetes is beyond epidemic now. Mnkd's product, if it can be afforded in poorer societies, will increase compliance exponentially.
I remember when EXAS was cheap, like 4 to 5 dollars; it would go up and down and people cursed and spit tacks. Look at it now. MNKD will produce the same results. The product hasn't even hit the market yet! You guys sound like you have been confused by media coverage. Forget the idiot screaming into the mike behind the curtain!
Since this stock does not pay a dividend, the only way to make any money is to hold and sell. Why would anyone who has done elementary research on the value of MNKD sell at a loss is beyond me.
Shorting should be illegal - and is, in some countries - because selling shorts creates false supply and covering creates false demand. When we view a stock's rise or fall, we think we are seeing real information being generated. Not so, when shorting is involved. Shorting relies on disinformation, and generates it via its mouthpieces in the media.
This short selling has nothing to do with the prospects of the product itself...the selling of shorts is false supply and the covering is false demand. This is disinformation in action; similar to the actions of sinister governments. It should be not a surprise that the organs of propaganda join in; it is their métier.
Short selling is parasitic and should be banned.
Short selling creates false supply and short covering creates false demand. The supply and demand equation is contaminated with disinformation about the true state of affairs. It is no surprise , of course, that the short sellers enlist disinformation agents to "explain" their reasoning and misleading actions. Short selling should be banned. The net effect of disinformation is parasitical.
What we are looking at is the influence of the disinformation peddlers ( in Russian the disinformatsya) . Short selling creates false supply and short covering false demand. The effect on the investor and market is purely negative. Short selling should be banned.
As far as I know, placebo effect doesn't increase infiltration of tumors by a stimulated immune system.
Not true. Like all shorts do, The Street deals in disinformation. If you think that false supply and false demand are a positive input, you are wrong. Shorts feed on disinformation, which feeds on you, since it distorts your thinking.
so? buying opportunity. None of this flak is going to bring our airplane down.