you got that right. In fact I'm an idiot for posting anythimg at all on this board and even for reading the #$%$ on this board. thanks for the reminder.
"Well, OBVIOUSLY there was NO "upfront" payment since a "deferred" payment is OBVIOUSLY not "upfront":
This quote of which is your premise to your attempted logical deduction is false. Ergo so is your deduction false.
Fragslap - perhaps I missed some things, being a Johnny come lately? Can you please tell me when he said we would recieve a $200 million payment from SNY and then when he said it would be deferred? tia
Insurance coverage is being worked on. As for the other eight issues you' ve listed, which insulins do you know of without issues/side effects? Did you see and hear the Toujeo TV commercial? it has a seemingly myriad of issues/side effects listed in the ad. All drugs do.
I like to add to your list of great products that took a while to gain sales traction: Cold brew coffee has been sold in the US for a couple of years now. However it is now just being marketed properly and we will soon see demand for it exponentiate. Muddy Waters cold brew concentrate can be purchased for $5 per 16 ounce concentrate which will make 8 times as much just by adding water and not even heating if desired. And because the coffee concentrate is cold brewed it has much less acid the need for creamers and sweeteners in the coffee are greatly diminished or eliminated. Further this cold brew coffee has 3 times as much caffeine as regular coffee and one can get higher without the acid jitters. So why would not a company like Star Bucks get into selling cold brew if its so great? Well, I just read the other day that they are. Although it's been around for years, even Star Bucks is now just getting on board. You will this summer see cold brew coffee become popular. And with some tweaking, Afrezza is set to follow the same path.
How about giving it a break for at least a few days; like putting a sock in it for a while? I finally got a chance to listen to several intelligent posters on this board tonight. With the exception of a few, I actually didn't think there were any such members of this forum until tonight. How about easing up on the amount of your posts so we can let others carry on intelligent conversations here without unecessary interruptions?
sorry BC. I should have addressed MSM who made the assertion and whom I was hoping for an intelligent answer from
So if there is more dilution they can forget about their future? Can you please be more specific?
So how many hundreds of millions will it take? Can you please be more specific and go into more detail about how much money will be needed for exactly what?
worries of dilution is not the only reason the stock price has dropped. All of the bashing - non-sensical but bashing none the less - articles and online forums have been keeping new retail investors from jumping in. Believe it or not potential investors without prior knowledge of the company believe the nonsense. Fortunately the volume down has been very low compared to the volume up.
None of the 60 Publicis pharmaceutical business managers nor any of the 11 nurse educators will be postioned in New Jersey. Why is that? Because VDEX will be (just a thought).
It's possible you could be correct, but if so, then we should also soon see some major cash from Sanoffi as a settlement to keep MNKD operating
Thanks Kevin. Would you happen to know the timeline for the FDA approval of this delivery system other companies are working on?