Silver is a valuable metal; the PV market is huge. Gold is a another story.
I think Al Mann's genius "made" Medtronic; I have complete confidence Afrezza will beat all but the most optimistic expectations.The T-sphere applications will unfold in time and I see no roadblocks to triple digit valuation over time.
I am curious; where do you find the data that suggests the sales of Afrezza will be low enough to justify a 5$ share price as opposed to the longs premise that expectations are going to move the price to 10$ plus?
You may have your doubts about NWBO but the chair of UCLA dept of Neurosurgery does not, nor does the governments of Germany and the UK, which designated as a promising innovative medicine. Ultimately stock brokers are simply reactive thinkers, if the word "think" isn't too generous.
Hypoglycemic - linked death has affected me personally. I would think anyone who knows anyone who has suffered or died due to diabetic complications would hope Afrezza succeeds.
Just like BABA...per Jack Ma the customer is first, then employees, then shareholders. MNKD needed shareholders but now it needs sales. It would be delightful if pps went sky high but that is wishful thinking now. Maybe in a year or so pps will be at 20$ but no sooner.
"Alluding " is usually combined with the preposition "to". The word "eluding" would mean "escaping as in to avoid capture".
The UK scientific establishment has its sights on Nwbo; I think further investments from "name" investors is in the cards.
But these are well established facts; my only question is if this clinical/scientific information he's been examined thoroughly why was there a 65/35 agreement at all? Maybe Sanofi knew something about market dynamics that favors a tentative deal followed by the real one? I'm not trying to be difficult I'm just in the dark on this one.
Unless you have inside information and accounting intuition vastly better than mine, I don't get why they would buy out at an untested phase.
Buying opportunity. Seriously, who cares what shorts think. This is a marathon and they are ahead for the first fifty yards.
I lost a good friend to hypoglycemia. Nice guy, but depressed and drank too much; lost custody of his pretty daughter; took her to Hawaii once with him before he fell asleep.
I will stay invested in NWBO because I love Linda. She looks like a girlfriend of many years past, who was from western Minnesota and had a cabin on a lake. We'd lit bonfires together. She liked red underwear.
NWBO will not go BK. The govt's of UK, Germany and major investors overseas will see to that.
RE Dendritic cell therapy per Stanford School of Medicine....Dendritic Cell (DC) therapy represents a new and promising immunotherapeutic approach for treatment of advanced cancer as well as for prevention of cancer. As Dr. Harmon Eyre, the VP of Research at the AMA commented: “Patients’ responses are far out of proportion to anything that any current therapy could do”. For decades, cancer researchers have been interested in immunologic treatments against cancer but with little progress. However, recent advances lead to successful implementation of Dendritic Cell therapy with reports of complete responses even in stage IV cancer patients who have failed all other therapies. Dendritic Cell (DC) Therapy or so-called Dendritic Cell vaccine is a newly emerging and potent form of immune therapy used to treat cancer.
So the doctor says to the brain cancer patient who had been given up for dead...."We had given up on you. I guess you could say it is a miracle" . The patient says "Yes. I am, you see."
So, if I don't sell my shares at a loss I'm a loser. Right, And I suppose also that in a year or two the share price will stay deflated, too. Right. The purpose of the company and the billions invested is to produce a small totally unearned profit for stock manipulators. Right.
They're just stupid. Shorting MNKD is similar to defying gravity.