Washington post article today mentions $IMMY...however I do not think that $IMMY is charging 99cents that is there cost to produce the medicine. Their is a chance it may benefit from the Out-sized price from Turing as they could still make a nice profit on the spread that would be happily paid for. On watch list now
personally when the commentator attributed positive outcomes to "coincidence" I basically stopped reading.
everyone owns for the same reason..$ that is obvious. By "know what you own" I merely meant that when news negative or positive impacts the pps it needs to be put into perspective via the value lens. I have said the MS drug was the last reason I invested in this company news negative or positive is mostly noise. Although positive noise is always welcome.
congrats to the longs. took some brass to be long here!
this whole move has been about knowing what you own
t"he fact that it is a negative commentary is not good. It makes me wonder, in fact, if the paper was nearly rejected"
why over think it? if the market had thought the study was flawed we would have sold off instead we gained another 5% Maybe you should stick your nickles in a pfe or agn. just leave the upside risk to people with the sand to make big gains
news flow the pr and the pps fail to add up. selling is continuous seemingly mindless and unabated. The prescient investor gets an itch on the back of his neck like when Comanches are about. TOO many times I have seen a move like this before a buyout. Add to that the recently revealed $msft partnership and the black-hole that is management. I am not saying mortgage the farm. but maybe begin scaling in responsibly possible downside to 15$. Some say that is too large a range to properly game. However, it can be done responsibly via options. 20$ calls with amble time to mature would be my first buy. then add 100 shares every 1$ under 19 hope it goes lower. value is irrefutable the future is now. Ignore the noise trust your gut. this is purely opinion and speculation and should not be considered financial advice.
God bless us, every one!
dude he sold out shareholders to a poor deal and then left the companies with a big pay day...stressing mergers of equals BS...screwing us
Phileas Fogg risked it all...honestly guys the battle over the release date is not that important unless you are a short term trader. Even the dashers would admit the write will be published at some point