John, what does it cost you a year to comply with the tax code? Do you support a flat tax?
I have a small business and my accounting fees are crazy. What AAPL is doing is perfectly legal and the folks Americans should be #$%$ at are in Washington DC.
bull, if you sold your shares why are you still posting on this board? go put your trash the MNKD board
I'm with you Cash, the news meant nothing to the Mr. Market but is HUGE for the company. If you read last Q's 10Q the CEO states the company will see 10% compounded production growth for the next 5 yrs. These latest drill results could change that growth estimate but of course more drilling will be needed to confirm.
Doom and gloom in the gold stocks, what a great time to buy.
The data is a slam dunk for approval for tri's in the range of 200-500. The FDA has already thoroughly vetted Vascepa, the manufacturer's are approved so how its a matter of
going through the application and voting a decision. Not sure how long the FDA will
take but it will certainly be quicker then the initial approval.
The global market will be taken care of by our partner, this has been the plan all along. Someone will step up and sell this drug for us, its only a matter of who. The global market for tri's in the 200-500 range must be in the hundreds of millions. Lets see, what BP would like to market a drug to 250 million people, that's safe and effective? Once the FDA makes their decision the discussions will start in ernest.
So far, almost 1/2 through the 2nd Q, we have total liftings of 146,000 barrels. I'm assuming we get a lift posting this week and I hope its a big one because this looks like another anemic Q.
Why don't we give management another raise, lets get everyone over $2 million a year? They are already close might as well push them over, they deserve it.
Joe is a smart, seasoned guy, he knows exactly what he is doing. At this point who cares what wall st wants, they will be buying with both hands soon. Anchor is the game changer and there will be serious bidders vying to be the company who markets it. We will be thanking our lucky stars Joe wanted until anchor to partner.
actually costs were down to $822 an ounce last quarter and that is expected to keep falling. CGR has invested a lot of money to get production gains and efficiencies going forward. Management expects 10% annual production growth for the next 5 years. The stock is stupid cheap.
FDA decision in 2014? Me thinks the FDA decision comes in 2013. The FDA has vetted Vascepa, the supply chain and manufacturing process is approved and the studies have been successfully completed. There's not much left for the FDA to do except check the paperwork and the data from the study. Approval by Oct, imho.
We have the blood test why not have the drug? Dr. can do the blood test in the office and write the script all in the same visit, same with the vitamin D test and drug. Frost knows exactly what he's doing and he is building
a cash flow machine.
Frost has drawn a line in the sand @ $7 and no doubt he bought large today. He'll be buying again tomorrow.
As long as they stick to the core we should be in good shape. Our ventures outside west africa have been a
complete and utter disaster. Very much looking forward to hearing who our new partner will be in Angola, maybe we get that info on the 1st Q conference call.
head to the nasdaq sight (filings S-4) and look at the purchases Frost made last week. It looked like he was buying the entire day on the 10th. I didn't count the trades or the total but it was a large day. The line has been drawn at $7 and he is buying big on every dip below $7.
lasagolf, if you saw the price action of VHC after its MSFT victory you'd know we've been down this road before. If history is any guide, the move back to $40 is inevitable. It will be our third round trip and with
4G here we might just stay there.
longer term a steep correction in the price of gold is EXACTLY what the miners need to get their share prices
going the other direction. Way to much money long the gold ETF and short the miners so those shorts wll be covered eventually.
The cash flow is great, the cash balance is beautiful, only problem, they haven't grown production in years. Six years after the Nanes bid, we remain where we were and that is pathetic considering the resources management has at their fingertips.
Having said that, I'm very optimistic about the next two years and hopefully management will start earning their inflated salaries.