Just because a trial is closed early doesn't mean it's bad news. If the data is good enough and end point has been met, many trials will end early. The only news I can see is that the trail was stopped early and the data is being reviewed. Any chance we have good news?
I hope their plan includes firing some of the management. At the least, the management needs to stop giving themselves raises and stock options.
If I had bad news, I would put it out on a Friday. Obama does this just about every week. If I had good news, I would put it out prior to the market opening so the stock will have all day to run. I am hoping for good news.
The only thing that makes sense to me is the insiders feel like the company will be bought out. Why else would they want to buy their stock when analyst thinks it's only worth $18.00?
Premarket means nothing this morning. Earnings and projections were excellent in my opinion and I believe HZNP will close up over $4.00 today. Price doesn't go down because a company increases future estimates. I am HAPPY HAPPY.
Anyone know the cost of Gevo's fuel? AA also few planes on used cooking oil. I not sure that I would want to be the first passengers flying on used cooking oil or any alternative fuel. Anyway, here is the article that started this stock moving in case no one has read it.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo., May 7, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Gevo, Inc. (Nasdaq:GEVO) announced today that it has signed a strategic alliance agreement with Alaska Airlines to purchase Gevo's renewable jet fuel and fly the first-ever commercial flight on alcohol-to-jet fuel (ATJ).
The demonstration flight is expected to occur after Gevo receives ASTM International certification for its fuel, sometime in mid to late 2015. Gevo has been working through the rigorous ASTM process for six years, which includes extensive engine testing and data analysis by all of the major original equipment manufacturers to establish the specification for this drop in fuel. Once approved, this fuel can be seamlessly integrated into the existing distribution infrastructure and onto commercial aircraft.
"Developing a domestic, competitively priced, sustainable supply of biofuels is fundamental to the future of American aviation," said Joe Sprague, senior vice president of external relations at Alaska Airlines. "The cost of fossil-based jet fuel is one of the largest expenses for airlines. This investment in Gevo's ATJ will help reduce our exposure to high fuel prices, minimize our carbon footprint and demonstrate growing demand for fuel alternatives."
"A sustainable biofuels industry would help insulate airlines from fuel price spikes, enabling them to offer economical air travel while remaining profitable, while helping meet their environmental goals, and spur economic growth within and outside of aviation," said Dr. Patrick Gruber, Gevo's Chief Executive Officer. "We greatly appreciate Alaska Airlines as a commercial partner as we move towards commercialization."
Gevo's patented ATJ is a clean burning, homegrown, drop-in j
There are close to 13 million of the 53 million shares short. Who wants to sell their stock to the shorts so they can cover? I am no expert but it appears that Taser is heading much higher in the next week or so. This is going to be fun.
I have seen the movie but I hope that Taser sues his butt off. Taser is a brand name, it is not a stun gun. I saw an interview yesterday and I don't believe the guy that did the movie had any evidence of wrong doing by Taser. He admitted that he couldn't prove that anyone was been killed from being tased. I hope the whole thing we be over tomorrow.
BCLI phase II results are" potentially positive". Is that like being almost pregnant? Two bad that all the news article organizations have fired their editors. Now the writers just write anything and throw it out there whether it is news worthy or not. America is going down hill big time.