My suggestion is to sit tight on it. there is usually a pullback after a run (not always, but usually).
for you long termers like me, don't forget that one day it may run up, and you start thinking that its going to pull back, so you start selling. I am here to warn you, that may be the time it does not pull back.
My suggestion is to always keep a core position if you are going to trade it.
The last large run up, every time I sold some, the stock flew higher.
Good luck to us all.
I already voted NO to everything except auditor. hope everyone spends the two minutes it takes to at least send a message.
sitting on your hands will not accomplish anything. vote.
that I look at the quote and I see some huge gain, then notice the news that caused said gain. Party's will ensue, and champagne corks will fly in every direction. Until that much anticipated day, I will grudgingly continue my existence.
i heard the call. rice said that dextran to be made for existing customers and will break even at best, and the reason they are making it is to help the customers, NOT FOR PROFIT
now please get your head out of where it is stuck.
mook please re-listen to the call. the price blfs will put on dextran will not be competitive to the mass producers. if you want to stick your head in the sand, that is fine, but you should not call anyone a liar based on your un-informed-ness.
Mook you must have selective hearing. Mike said on the call that the dextran can not be produced at a competitive cost to the mass producers, that they are doing it to "help out our clients" and that it will not be break even at best.
boston, the problem is, that they got a pile of cash, and then committed said cash to an unknown. why are they jeopardizing the company?
Proprietary biopreservation media product revenue was $1.5 million. This represents 21% growth in proprietary product
revenue over the same period in 2013