You're right, the company, its employees, and their lenders will all do fine. Shareholders? I see no evidence that they do anything to increase shareholder value. Running the company is not their only job. They have a fiduciary duty to shareholders, and I do not believe they are living up to that duty.
Mgmt. says nothing as almost 50% of market cap disappears in 2 days.
Hey guys, I hope it's up up up tomorrow! But I try to moderate my expectations because stocks often do not behave as you would expect. The markets rallied hard today, so it might not bounce as much as it would have on a day like today. Earnings were good, and I'm glad to see the company is making progress in spite of the FDA.
Somebody is always trying to undermine the progress of this little company, with protests, lawsuits and now email spam. It is interesting to watch, but I have a feeling there is no stopping this innovation engine.
How long does it take to evaluate this product? We have heard about test deployments for months. We need sales. I would like Eldad to provide more detail on the sales cycle, because this seems ridiculously drawn out.
Someone I know is newly diagnosed with prostate cancer, and I sent him information about HIFU and EDAP. His doctor in the US told him that the treatment was considered "experimental" and steered him away from it. I don't even think he was told whether he was a candidate based on his diagnosis.
They are trying to sell the same product that Terumo, a behemoth in the industry, has tried to sell, and failed. What happened with Terumo??? It was touted as a "game changer" for the company. If they can't sell it, what hope is there for Clint and his tiny team in Utah?
Clint's plan was always going to be expensive because it involves more direct sales, and one-on-one relationship building with key doctors. He is counting on disposables, long term, to drive the return on investment from these relationships. The distributor model did not work.