Still say look at the investor base ... as for flustered, it has more to do with time constraints in that type of presentation. But, you say tomato and I say tomAto.
If you want a well capitalized stem company, look at OSIR. Weird situation, really. Small float, very TIGHT insider ownership, no debt, just went cash flow positive. Can't cut a break in the media which, I think, is due to naked shorting. When they get positive news, it flies ... and then google "Dalton man regrows foot"! Exciting stuff! Been in it since $6s.
We now have lag time and the players know that, Arthur. Easy to take $$ from the momo people who played the NDA. Accumulation time ...
I've been following the stem companies in general for the past few years. Amazing stuff! Specifically interested in NBS, MDXG, OSIR and a VERY long shot, ACTC (if they could just get their share structure straightened out ... they have amazing trials and technology for macular degeneration, but they've had to mortgage the house to stay afloat).
I'm a St. Pauli girl, but moved out to the country about 15 years ago. 45 miles north of "the cities". God's country ... 30 acres and a river runs through it! Winter is definitely here and arrived with a vengeance. We're plowing now!
And, pay attention to the volume, or lack thereof, on the sell offs. 17M short shares? If there's no volume, they can't cover. Walk down on hundred shares lots is meaningless, they will have to cover. I submit that a good number of them used the high volume in the past few days to do just that. Will be interesting to see the new #s.
Food for thought ...
Nothing left to do ... might twist in the wind with the overall market for a bit, while we wait for more news. No worries. Let it play out! Buy the dips!
PIR comes to mind when it was at .50 and all we heard from the shorts was that bankruptcy was imminent. Well, my small investment at that level would have netted me a cool $200,000 if I'd simply held it instead of selling it for a double and feeling "smart".
Think about it ...
Blackrock, JP Morgan et al ... if you don't think they've done their homework on the company, think again. The SA article points out that the shorts are a "small group" betting heavily against the company. You can bet they will get nasty using their bully pulpit, Seeking Alpo, along with any other tricks they can muster. SEC are you watching?
As I said earlier ... and this article agrees. That was THEN, this is NOW! "Tsunami of Deals" coming!
Seeking Alpha is not ONE entity, but a conglomeration of individual bloggers/posters, if you will. You pay to belong to it, they review your articles, but mostly rubber stamp anything you want to publish. So, it is a group of "traders" that simply try to reinforce their respective positions, for the most part. I can't believe anyone listens to them, really.
Good on ya, Patch and Kitty!!
I had my hands full dealing with the hit pieces put out by Seeking Alpo on UNIS at the open today! Added a chunk to my growing UNIS raft at $4.36! Putting out fires over there today! Exciting presentation today ... do some DD on it and see what you think. The CEO is promising a "tsunami of deals" and it didn't sound like he was kidding! (fingers crossed)!!
Yeah, heading up a cutting edge company and taking them to profitability is very "clownish". Posting cryptic messages on the Yahoo MB, not so much?
You know he said they have enough cash coming in to fund the company. He was referring to the fact that he said he is focused on R&D, not cutting expenses at the moment and that he wasn't as concerned with immediate revenue to fund operations.
He knows his credibility is on the line. He explained in detail why the deals take so long. I'm sure people get impatient, but he sounds like he is confident of building long term growth and dominance in the market. He has bagged some of the biggest game in the field, so he must be doing something right!!
You could hear it in his voice ... I know the criticism has been over-promise, but I think they are finally delivering, and the term "tsunami of deals" described his optimism.
I'd be nervous if I were short! Your bogus articles will only work for so long. The market is forward looking and I prefer Wayne Gretzky's advice ... "skate to where the puck WILL be"!