and some of you are in a panic? How many other companies do you know growing revenues that fast?
based on missing analysts's estimates? How does that make sense? So, to manipulate the stock all analysts have to do is put out high estimates, watch a stock get slammed, and then buy bucket loads of it? How can you justify losing a billion in market cap in one day when revenues were flat? How can you justify losing 60 percent of the market cap in a year with revenues and earnings where they are? Isn't a PE this low unreasonable?
Are they so short-sighted in this short-term money grab that they don't see the big picture that a huge percentage of these people are gone from the market forever?
Why for the last several months have they overwhelmingly featured people who promote doom and gloom instead of reality? Why have they twisted all positive news to try to sound more negative? Why have they taken minimal negative issues and made them sound like armageddon? Is a lot of it just because Cramer is on 24/7 or is it their overall agenda? Can investors not look at facts or do they just listen to rhetoric and lies without checking on it?
Any witch doctors out there?
Why is it that every time the market turns down they dig up every negative fool on the planet and give them the microphone to preach to the world about the supposed doom and gloom that's coming? Don't the real numbers paint a TOTALLY different picture? Why does CNBC go out of its way to promote such negative rhetoric? Do they have something against the United States? Do they want to hurt the economy with their propaganda?
Didn't someone do okay running Pixar and Apple?
Do you really think politicians are going to attack drug and biotech companies? Wouldn't that wind up being political suicide once the full analysis came out? Aren't they really more worried about the idiots who do things like buy one drug and then raise the price to absurd levels? Isn't it a TOTAL non-issue for GILD? Why does Wall Street always lump entire sectors in with the worst of the group whenever bad news comes out for a handful of companies in the group?
Is it a completely done deal or if another company was interested at a higher price could SNDK still go that route? Doesn't the fact that the options premiums are really high (even in the short term) make you wonder?
Isn't that what it's starting to look like? Why is it that the numbers tell a different story than the rhetoric?
How many stocks are selling at ridiculous bargains right now and who will be brave enough to scoop them up? Isn't this when the real money is made? When others are giving it away?
and how long will it take to pay off?
Hasn't that stock already dropped from about $38 to under $1.50 as more and more people figure out what is going on there? Didn't a lot of insiders pump up the stock on hype and rumors and then sell and bail out?
Doesn't the math come out to OVER 7 CENTURIES?
Wasn't this about the 2nd or 3rd time they were able to cash out on this deal? If they never get in trouble for it then why wouldn't they just change the name and do it again?
Won't you still lose EVERYTHING that you have invested in it?
Anybody? Isn't it just one dude's opinion? Isn't it from someone you never heard of a few hours ago? Is that really all it takes to get you to sell your position? Aren't analysts wrong more often than they are right? Didn't he hedge himself about 20 different ways in the report?