thanks, end2war. that's a very sound perspective.
we have a drug that works. we'll see how ARWR sells it to FDA. seems to be a lot of different ways. need a very experienced regulatory guru to come up with a strategy.
arwr, don't blow it.
I think the doubt is sufficiency and level of KD: it appears that it's been demonstrated that sAG KD is NECESSARY for FC. What is not sure is whether or not pure sAG KD is sufficient for FC, and at what level of KD for FC.
At least that how I view the issues.
Do NOT fall for this. GC knows very well that any communication to the public is official, whether he calls such or not. He's influencing the trades. He will get nailed for his acts one day.
He's trying to leave an exit for his bad behaviors. It won't work.
this is a thread the pumper cannot delete.
Settlement Date Short Interest Avg Daily Share Volume Days To Cover
3/31/2015 7,951,360 1,517,091 5.241189
3/13/2015 8,605,427 1,147,954 7.496317
2/27/2015 8,331,955 889,652 9.365409
2/13/2015 8,894,827 1,502,754 5.919017
1/30/2015 8,332,150 922,956 9.027678
1/15/2015 9,085,068 1,357,965 6.690208
it's going down, slowly. shorts pushing the pps down to slowly retreat from their short positions. that's how i read the current pps movement. note the upcoming ER. they need to do something.
thanks a lot, Jim.
just a suggestion (as if I know anything in this area): please formulate the questions with a yes/no answer, if possible at all. It makes it easier for both side of the conversation.
following the lead of a few long members on this board, i did a few trades on mnk, with limited success. but i still not sure whether it's a good strategy or not.
1. limited gain. i did not commit a lot of fund. do you trade with large fund? if not, the gain is very small (not %);
2. tax. i figured (please check) that, due to the diff between tax rates, trades need to make a lot more to match long term investment. if long term is 15%; short term is 35%, you'll need to make more that 30% in short term to match long term gain. (1-.15)/(1-.35)-1.
you do get a feeling of winning, however.
what's your reason for trading?
posted a message here this PM, and was deleted (?) good move, yahoo. here it is again:
don't wrestle with a pig in mud, because both of you will get dirty, and the pig loves it.
we'll see how long it stays.