"...if the upper management isn't buying up tons and tons and tons SPPI(in droves) at its current year-four disastrous, catastrophic plunge, then the shareholders deserve brand new management..."
Right.... don't hold your breath... on both counts.
The Fusilev decision in favor of Sandoz must have been anticipated by "smart" money" for several days. It's easy to be "smart" with advance knowledge. So much for a level playing field in the stock market.
On the bright side, it looks like the fallout from the Fusilev loss is finally behind us (ok, I can hope).
Significant, sustained and compounding share price decreases for several days running signal important impending bad news. The question is what is that news. One, admittedly far fetched, possibility is non-approval of CE Melphalan.
Since that is far fetched, what are other probable bad news candidates. Well reasoned responses only please.
Posting here is a waste of effort. Any attempt at conversation degenerates into rehashing pet peeves and name calling. This is kindergarten.
and buy some stock with their own money. If they don't show confidence in the stock at these prices, why should anyone else. It's called leadership by example. HOW ABOUT IT!
Reasonable CE Melphalan sales in line with the company's projections should go a long way towards restoring credibility.
It smells bad for a while but is soon forgotten. I doubt that we will hear a lot about them once CE Melphalan is approved and the Apaziquone NDA is filed. That said, we'll have to put up with Armistice's followers rushing out of the stock for a little while longer.
"That said we could face another 12-24 months of the current b.s."
If CE Melphalan generates sales as expected, it more than neutralized Fusilev revenue losses. Correspondingly the PPS should increase to pre Fusilev problem levels ($12 - $17) ... I hope.
Once the company shows quarterly profits and a regular dividend is in sight, it won't matter what hedgies do. Could start next year if Evomela sales materialize as estimated by the company.
once the fallout from the Armistice antics are behind us. Could take a few days.
Armistice probably inspired a lot of other speculators to piggy back on Armistice's attempt to break up the company and make a quick profit. As Armistice exits, so will their freeloaders.
I'm just as pathetic as Tartiaboy - and I know I am in excellent company.
If all you can muster is personal attacks when someone disagrees with you, then your opinions are just wasted space on this message board. Move on or talk reason.
And yes I am in the black with this stock - and expect a ten-bagger within the next 2-3 years based on near term pipeline events.