"K" is also common used to represent thousand, and "M" as million. TD Ameritrade uses "K" and "M" on their Trade Architect platform.
To avoid confusion, it is always better to spell "thousand" and "million" out, imo.
Agreed, nelson. Put shorts on "ignore" or, at that very least, don't respond to them.
ONVO is going to make big statements this year which will say more than longs constantly responding to them, imo.
People who don't their own DD, and follow the "advice" of rags like MF and SA. This is condition is exaggerated when bashers begin selling shares after such articles hit the newswires, causing those "sheeples" to run off the investment "cliff".
Ha! Good one. MF and SA are rags. Some of the articles are pretty well written/researched. But most of them are hack jobs written by bashers or shorts.
I very rarely look at them. Such as this, undoubtedly, literary masterpiece...
reilly: I agree with you most important statement...
"They are not going to issue shares here at 7 when they know they can get alot more for them in the future when the stock price is higher, such as after revenue starts coming in and/or they have signed partnerships, etc."
No new stock issued for the forseeable future.
SPLAT!!! another idiot (i.e. basher_1007) removed to the "ignore" bin...
This is fun!
"ignored" a whole bunch of idiots. Thanks for all posting your garbage together. Made my job much easier.
That's why the true longs dismiss this sort of talk as the garbage it is. Simple as that. For my part, I don't even answer those posters. I put most on "ignore", but not all. GLTAL
As reilly pointed out in the thread: "What this offering is" is that marsh has "no problem with the 8000 bashing posts here that complete fabrications...". Something that I have said about marsh more than once as well.
For those few of you that DON'T have marsh on "ignore", please do so so that a lot of needless verbiage is eliminated.
I agree with everything navy said about Murphy. That's why he and his colleagues will take ONVO to new heights in 2015 and beyond.
That said, don't go all in on any company. Spread your purchases out so you can take advantage of pull backup like we experienced Wednesday or take advantage of other opportunities elsewhere. As navy would say, "Welcome aboard!"
Murphy and crew have set this company up beautifully. The controlled equity offering with Cantor is just the latest smart move by them.
2015 is the start of a great ride with ONVO. GL