Let's at least get our facts straight. Killings are not "record." Not even close. Unemployment, though improving dramatically, can be logically pinned on the previous administration, along with the food stamps and the debt that was incurred to get us out of the horrible mess. All in all, one could argue that it was money well spent (ask the Auto industry, AIG, many big banks, etc...).
Your use of the word "plummet" is telling. Regardless, there are a lot of drugs in the pipeline. 'Bye!
I'd like to think that it's the voters running the show. Whether we've gotten what we deserved is a different (and most interesting) question. But as a registered Indie voter, let's just say that I'm not real impressed right now with either side. Putting party before country seems like treason to me, personally.
I am SO glad that I resisted my initial urge to type "what does this have to do with INO?" Too often, when folks go off-topic, things fly off the track and it isn't pretty. Not here. Not today. As has been said, this is a very special MB and am glad to have found it and INO! My two cents: I share your fear about us becoming more like a "third world country" if things continue without some honest assessment of the situation followed by action. In short, I fear an eventual uprising of the have-nots (the 90%) and the destruction of all that is good in our society. And as a practical matter, I'd like to remind the folks who cite Darwin and find any policy that has a whiff of "redistribution" to be anathema, that our economy will fail and fail badly if the great majority do not have any money to spend to keep the gears turning and GDP growing. Thank you all. Looking forward to many great tomorrows (hurry Monday!).
I've watched this company for a couple of years with great interest - from the sidelines. I'm sensing that we may be approaching a good point in time to jump in - at least with a couple of toes. Thoughts? Thanks!
I don't buy charts. I invest in companies that I believe have a bright future - for whatever reason.
It's pretty obvious to me that there is some serious tree-shaking going on here, in hopes that weak hands and ill-considered stop-losses can be taken out and shares can be so accumulated quietly over time.
It's good work if you can get it. But I am not going to play.
It would be difficult to imagine a more esteemed, knowledgeable and diverse group of scientists and industry heavyweights. The future is bright here, and I'm looking forward to my (our) investment in INO making a meaningful difference with respect to the health of mankind.