Just read in the Orlando Sentinel a half page above the fold in the Health & Fitness section an article by Arlene Karidis. Inhaled insulin may ease injection needs. It looks like some of the local papers are just now picking it up. This article has been in several of the national papers but is just now filtering down to the smaller papers. Not everyone reads the National Post.
Just for your info, I am 75 yrs old and don’t need the money, if I were to lose it all, so what, if I couldn’t afford to lose it I have no business being in the market, nor should anyone else. I’ve seen people like you on this board that think they know it all.
I have different categories of stocks that I invest in, MNKD just happens to be in a high risk/ high reward category. But thanks for your advice.
I bought 500 shares @4.50 last week and about lost it when it went down to 4.23, but I remembered a quote by Jesse Livermore “EMOTIONAL CONTROL IS THE MOST ESSENTIAL FACTOR IN PLAYING THE MARKET, never lose control of your emotions when the market moves against you. Don’t get too confident over your wins or too despondent over your losses.” I don’t post this board or any other board very often. I am a small investor with 2000 share @ average of 4.89 pps and will ride it to the bottom before I sell. Any of you that say that this poster only has x # of posts since, go &^^^%&^% yoursel. I don’t care what you think.