If you check Nasdaq after hours, you'll see how phony this drop is. 40K total volume and there are 3 THREE, count 'em, transactions of 1000, 1000, 2600 shares and the rest range in size from 7 to 600 share transactions. Hardly a convincing sell-off! Thieves!!
Sounds like he has a solid network established:
"and raised almost one billion dollars in new capital from banks and in the debt and equity capital markets".
Mr. Henneman, age 52, has more than 20 years of combined financial and operational management experience in the life sciences industry. Prior to joining NewLink, Mr. Henneman served Integra LifeSciences in various capacities for sixteen years, including as General Counsel and Chief Administrative Officer, and since 2007 as Chief Financial Officer. During his tenure as Integra's CFO, Mr. Henneman transformed the finance function to accommodate Integra's growth, recruited and developed key leaders in accounting, tax, financial planning and analysis and treasury, and raised almost one billion dollars in new capital from banks and in the debt and equity capital markets. Mr. Henneman was also responsible at various times for Integra's regulatory affairs, quality systems, clinical affairs, human resources, information systems, legal affairs and the management of Integra's surgical instruments business. He has led the business development function since 1998, responsible for the more than 40 acquisitions and alliances that Integra completed during his tenure.
Thanks for your concern, but I've been in this stock long enough to have a solid profit. I just know that a/h in this thinly traded stock is meaningless. Bring it down further ... I have no problem adding a few more. BTW, I'm also an INO long since .50 pre-split.
I purchased 500 shares at $21.70 thru Scottrade online! Personally, I don't need to prove it to you because, unlike you, I don't have an agenda!
You lying sack of excrement ... I just bought some!
This had to be pre-arranged as they have his replacement installed already and a complete bio prepared for the pr. No biggie!
Don't you think they might review the stock before they interview the CEO and at least realize that it did a split and that MIGHT account for the "volatility"? Clowns!
says that it is probably inevitable that more cases will emerge. The people on the airplane aren't even being tracked. Also, another physician directly treating Ebola patients in Africa said the symptoms can be a lot less severe than you see in the movies making it harder to detect!
Well, over 28M traded today ALL over $24.35, so if you're short, you're betting that a good number of those buyers would have to sell for you to make a profit. Where do you think this will go if just ONE more case of the disease is reported on U.S. or North American soil? Place your bets ... I see a little gamesmanship going on a/h. IF they can take it lower, pick a few up!
CEO coming up next on FOXB, too!
That was reported several hours ago ...
Rick Perry's news conference also confirmed that the patient may have been exposed to as many as 6-8 school children.
IMO now that it has hit US soil there will be a government effort to assist Tekmira in production.
Not to do this would be completely irresponsible ... oh wait ... check the track record of this admin. Scary stuff!
LAKE popped and other ebola related drug stocks surging. Delayed reaction, perhaps. Lots of accumulation taking place in the $3.35ish range!