Rarely - if ever - do physicians simply rely on a single anything when making a diagnosis; and especially a life threatening diagnosis. Smart physicians use all tools available to them; not just one.
Moreover, appendicitis - once diagnosed - is never left untreated. It is untreated if it isn't *diagnosed*, however. Which, in turn, leads to a high mortality rate.
And the test won't sell because it's "only" 97% accurate? Haha. You're really going to have to come up with a better bash than that.
And finally, this test won't be used strictly to confirm a diagnosis of appendicitis; it will also be used to *dismiss* a diagnosis of appendicitis. Give that some thought...
Haha - wow, nice 350,000 share dump there, someone.
And now CTIC is off your books as you close out the quarter...
So the answer to my question is "yes."
And how'd a borderline illiterate such as yourself manage to find its way onto the Internet?
Does Florida offer some sort of training for special needs Internet users like you?
Haha. Hope springs eternal.
However, I'd wager that Bianco will be looking to punish shareholders with yet another dilutive financing long before this stock ever sees $5.00 again.
It's going to take a miracle - or a product that sells - for CTIC to again see $5.00 anytime soon.
$1.50, however, might be manageable, though.
I recognize this is a much hated stock - with a much hated CEO, and a *very* vocal group of "bashers" (all of whom have been right about this stock; and for a very long time) - but...
I sense it's time for CTIC is about to make one of its period dead cat bounces!
Seems to me NUGT is now flat-lining. As such, I'm increasingly doubting gold is going to experience the sustained downward movement that has occurred over the past six+ months.
The recent tankage has been a painful debacle for long-term NUGT holders. But for newbies like me, I sense there will soon be good money to be made on NUGT.
Again, I agree.
Which is why I'm currently long 10,000 @ $5.55; as posted yesterday.
There will be a bounce back up from current levels.
Well, that's just it - no one can guess the bottom; and especially on gold/NUGT right now.
As a result, if it looks totally oversold right now - and everyone is panicking - then now probably is the time to buy.
Again, is it the "bottom?" Who knows? But it's probably close enough for a profitable trade.
The last time gold dropped like this was in the June 2008 - October 2008 time period.
At that time, the ^HUI dropped from $450 to $194 - or about 55%.
The current down trend started in October 2012 and has run until now (June 2012). In this period, the ^HUI has dropped from drop from $505 to $220 - or about 60%.
My point: I think gold is truly oversold at this point, and that we are at - or very near - this trend's bottom.
As such, I went long today near the close: 10,000 @ $5.55. There may yet be another final wash-out, but I'm confident buying at $5.55 will eventually prove a profitable trade.
Sorry, but I'm saying never to ETRM at $23 a share.
At $23, that would give ETRM a market cap of $1.2B. I just don't see this happening.
It's crazy to think this stock will ever again see $23.
$2.50, perhaps, but never again $23.