First, let me be clear, I mean no levity with regard to the passengers and crew of flight MH370 or their families and friends or anyone who feels the anguish they must feel. None at all. There, but for the grace of God, go I and goes any one of us.
I have been perplexed by the loss of this aircraft and amazed by the comings and goings of the search for it. Eventually, it became as if a thought experiment in quantum mechanics, Schroedinger's cat if you will, where a given fact may be true and untrue at the same time. Thus, something may be both here and there at the same time, or, conversely, neither exactly here nor there. Somehow, flight MH370 has fallen into this trap, in a Rod Serling reality.
Some of my investments and past investments can now be explained, applying this discipline in a new,
innovative way. I feel I have opened a new dimension in securities analysis. Only, when I take a haircut it seems unambiguous. Getting there is very ambiguous.
:)) yep, maybe, but that would give him some pretty grim Q on Q comparisons later on. The problem is partnership income (other than LEO) sucks. And there isn't a lot he can do about it. Other than pick it up as his compensation.
Well, could be... Judging by the CC, if Medac was factored in Wotton was not particularly interested in this detail - if you are the kind who shops for the Brooklyn Bridge - since he professed to have virtually no familiarity with Medac or what it does. A little unusual to just up and sue someone you know practically nothing about, don't you think? Not that I doubt his story...
As far as the sales projections, I didn't and still don't have any questions or doubts about them at this point. That is their projection and that is fine with me. I know of no one that vigorously argued with them, so point of asserting their reliability is lost on me.
Cashed in the last my chips at CHTP all 60,000 over $6. Probably left some, maybe a lot, on the table. Hard to be brave with that one, if they do not get a deal done they need a big secondary. Plus, I get jittery in this market.
I only mention it since I noticed your recent post there... If you decide to hang tough, good luck to you.
I seem to remember that some months ago Howarth was cautious about asserting that ATRS would have a long period of exclusivity in the market. The present situation may be the explanation.
Wotton's surprising lack of familiarity with the outfit they sued and which countersued them is a little hard to handle. It makes him look foolish or less than factual. Neither is good. I understand the reasons for caution when it comes to "what they knew and when did they know it", but surely some more credible language can be crafted. Even declining to comment is better.
I don't know why this CC is considered by some as such a good one.
I think that all the message board debate, mutual back rubs, reassurances, and carrying on is amusing against the backdrop of Wotton's persistent and significant "programmed" liquidation. I am not interested in the mechanics, the legal methodology, gratuitous apologia by others, only the naked fact of stock sales on a large scale.
That was ryman's point a while back... concerning someone's penetrating research. :))) ratios are tricky things. :)
Just give him a red thumb and satisfy his need for suffering. Compassionate Red Thumb.
He will express his appreciation by wailing. All will be well.
To papkena. I am not a patent attorney, or any other kind if attorney, but having dealt with the subject as a layman, my understanding is that the filing date governs.
Furthermore, if there is prior art, how can that be applied against one patent, but not the other?
There is enough uncertainty (lack of knowledge) here, aside from normal commercial risks, to discourage an average investor such as I.
I suspect most would be upset if she did that. Normally, when there is news, the company issues a news release. I don't know why some continue to expect news out of investor presentations. It almost never happens, no matter what company, or which CEO.
They had to wait for the patent to issue.
This is an arcane area even for attorneys. It is refreshing to see so much expertise on a message board.
I am always befuddled when I read about people becoming impatient with a given stock and dumping it, yet rhapsodizing about the merits of patience when it comes to ATRS holding on to it like Charlton Heston to his gun. (Wotton being a notable exception...)
It's like if there is a Stockmarket Deity he really needs to take note and reward them and not just throw them an occasional 5 - 10% bone to chew on for a while and then take it away...