If it is possible, it will soon be required. Once insurance companies gather enough data they will offer discounts or require that police wear body cameras. It's just a matter of time.
All I expect is one out of all their trials to succeed. Hate this one failed but I will hang around for at least one more to fail. There aren't very many small companies out there that have more than one trial going at a time.
Thanks guys. I have been in and out of LGF since right before Hunger Game came out and have done well. Back in last fall at $32 and not much has happen since. You guys gave me some good info to consider.
Might want to check after hour activity around 7:30 so you will have time to load up if stock is taking off.
Why would Medicare or Medicaid pay thousands of dollars for colonoscopy when they can spend $500 for Cologuard? Good article in AARP this month talking about the options to colonoscopy. List the pros and cons and yes, they did include Cologuard as an alternative and list the fact that cologuard is 92% effective and colonoscopy is only 90% effective. It listed the price of Cologuard but not the price of colonoscopy.
Just read an article where the chief of police says the video camera gives a clear picture of what happened in the tent man shoot. It also said that the camera had audio where one could clearly hearing the probation office warning the other officer that the tent man had his gun. If true, the benefits far out weighs the cost of the cameras. Got to be good news for Taser. Old saying,"If it is possible it will soon be required" may apply here.
Seen this before. Next thing you know The Street will come out with an article in favor of Afreeze. They are just trying to help there friends buy low.
I have own AMRN stock for over four years and I took Lovoza for over two years. Not long ago the news was that cholesterol that we eat is different from the cholesterol produced in our livers and that the concern for heart disease should focus on our triglyceride levels. When I took lovaza my cholesterol went down slightly but my triglycerides dropped dramatically. I believe that the reason AMRN is going up is because of it ability to lower triglyceride levels and that is why we see an interest in this drug and why we are getting a partner. Am I the only one that feels this way?
We saw the exact same thing happen yesterday with EXAS. Someone comes in and drives the price down right after earning, take out all the stops and then the stock shoots back up. I thing the SEC should be investigating EXAS and TSAR trades. This isn't fair to retail investors.
I agree. We have to have some idea where the money is going to come from to advance the trials. Are we going to partner, borrow the money or dilute the stock? If the management has a clue, they need to let shareholders know what they plan to do. I can't get excited about the up listing until we get more information.
What is the probability that a scope that goes up the colon being infected by the superbug? I would think that there should not be much difference in the cleaning process of the scope that goes up the rear and the one that goes down the throat have basically the same cleaning process. Has anyone looked at this.
Could it be that since the stock price didn't fall immediately after OCAT cancel their offering there must be good news coming. My thought after the announcement was this stock is going to crash and I almost sold off. If this was bad news, the stock would have tanked immediately.
Thanks for your response pebble. I just saw an analyst on CNBC that said Yahoo will be bought soon and that Yahoo will be no more. That brings up another concern as to what will happen to Spinco if Yahoo is bought out by Sept.? Will new management offer anything to Yahoo shareholders other than the price they pay for Yahoo? As low as our stock is today, someone could buy it at a very low price. They could offer a 20% premium and buy everything for $50.00.