I think it has more to do with the fact that it seems as though the Malaysian flight was taken over at some point. It highlights the need for security and that just so happens to be the business we are in.
Raise money when you can, not when you need to. That is the number 1 rule in business.
They still haven't released results from the PII trial, right?
This post is basically "stop trying to act like an adult. I don't like it."..... Then you throw in some childish name calling for the heck of it.
I've never seen one post of substance from you, so I'm not sure why you think you have the right to say anything.
Thank you Fred for the answer. It wasn't what I was hoping for, but it is the timeline they already given us, so it is what it is. Checkpoint approval is big and it is pretty much a lock at this point. If it works in the lab, it will work in the field.
Call me a basher, but then, please, actually answer the question. I think it is a positive answer, but I'm a bit confused.
So we are done with testing for checkpoint or is the PR simply announcing that we are done with the TSIF phase? I thought there were two steps, the TSIF phase and the real live field test.... which one have we completed? Both? They announced the TSIF in the CC and said they got through it last month. They then made it sound like it would take a few months to get through the live field tests.
That's the confusion on my part. PLEASE just answer the question. I know there are some knowledgeable people on this board who are capable of not acting like 5th graders.
"So look our non-radioactive ionization source is a huge technology linked forward and a big operational benefit to some of our customers but not all. It really matters a lot in European markets and in Asia markets and places like that. In the TSA and you asked, it’s interesting technology to them and they are fascinated by what we can do with it, but it’s not really a big regulatory burden for the TSA. So we don’t basically use our non-radioactive sort of marketing message, selling strategy against TSA because it’s not really a benefit to them, the requirements for using radioisotope sources in ETDs and U.S. is not a big deal. You go to France, you go to Germany, you got to other places in Asia, it’s becoming a very, very big game changing deal. So we kind of segment our technology and apply where it’s best served."
It's not really bashing to discuss something that is relevant. They've admitted it isn't a big deal to the TSA. It is a big deal is Europe and Asia, which is good, but it isn't worth touting for TSA related matters. That isn't on me, it is on them. Don't mention that the TSA doesn't really care if you want to tout it.
Except the fact that there a significantly lower dosage in the person's blood stream using Probuphine.
It was a couple of months later... But yeah, I thought Probuphine would be approved. However, I hedged my risk by selling some shares before the decision. I made no secret that that was the plan. It was the stated and known plan before I wrote those articles (literally for years I had told people I would sell shares before the decision) and it is something I made known before I did it.
No where in those articles did I say Probuphine was a sure thing or that Titan was going to the moon. I used words like IF and POSSIBILY to convey a sense that it may or may not work out.
I should have referenced my plan to sell in the articles, but that was the only thing I wish I would have done better. The articles were fair and contained good information. They certainly weren't pump pieces.
It's almost as if he is the same person who has been multiple ID's for years and had this all planned out.
It was pretty obvious once he started in with the whole 50 master trainers BS. They are strong "supporters" for a fews weeks or a month or two and then they flip. It's the same thing that a lot of these other IDs do. They cycle in and out of it and somehow people fall for it every time.
Like Beatle said, it is probably a position thing. I think you may know what I'm talking about Yiorgo...
They changed the endpoints IN THE MIDDLE OF THE TRIAL and they still got it approved.
Crazy town... It's a great short here.
They are 100% committed. I didn't see that happening, but it is hard to deny their commitment, if not impossible. They are our largest shareholder by far and they just recently made big equity commitment.
The initial deal was great. It was 65 million upfront with a good royalty structure. That was on top of a 5 million dollar equity commitment when we really needed it (we got really good terms).
Unfortunately, Probuphine got the shaft, and the deal changed. Titan had the weaker hand and Breaburn is putting up a significant investment with a decent amount of risk. Why shouldn't the deal change in their favor? How is that a shocking development?
It doesn't really matter, but, yes, they are committed.
Oh no! What are we going to do without the moron on our side?
I never saw this one coming... feel free to not comment.
They own over 12% of Titan. They've made a commitment that ensures that they will own about 20% of Titan within the next year.
They aren't getting anything for free and it is obvious that they see Probuphine as a product that can generate a few hundred million a year for them. If that is the case (and it clearly is based on their commitment), then it makes complete sense to buy Titan at some point.
Shut it man. You were the one going on and on about how they were going to approve it at the meeting. Something about 50 master trainers.
You were wrong. Admit it and move on. I used to post more often, but I was wrong and realize that my opinion doesn't need to be shared as freely. You should do the same. That is what happens when you get it wrong.
My understanding is that they can buy the company, but they can't do it just for the tax write off. Basically, the buyer can only use the NOL against profits from the products they acquired.