I am not sure at this point if you are trying to have a logical conversation about RMTI or you are just cheerleading/pumping the stock. Giving you benefit of the doubt, why would Rockwell management want to sell the company at this point? Does not make sense. There are always risks in any business and in launching any new product but that does not mean that you sell the company and go away!
Although a buyout sounds good but we must remember that a buyout could be 20-30% above the market price or even less so a buy out is not necessarily a cause for a celebration by the longs. If the company will be successful, in a few years it could be worth a lot more.
Also, you talk about RMTI as if they are in a dire situation, they are NOT! They have plenty of cash, no debt, Two new products, an established distribution channel, etc. If you ever ran a business you will appreciate that building value takes time.
While I agree that sales and earnings are the main factor behind the stock price in the long term and I have been insisting on that point since last November, the only other thing that can move RMTI in the short term(3-6 months), could be potential announcements of major deals regarding Triferic outside the U.S. and in U.S., if such events happen we may get some meaningful moves in the stock.(IMHO, long RMTI, do your own DD).
Thanks for another informative post. It seems that you know the MO of the management well. I hope they realize that if they want to wear the big boys pants they will need to change the way they have been doing certain things. In a few decades that I have been exposed to the markets I have seen a number of CEO's/management teams that they managed to draw defeat from the jaws of victory!! They had the right product, they were in the right space and the right time but they couldn't make it happen! I hope that Rob is not one of those. All the best.
IMHO, you understand the situation well, Unlike some on this board ( that thought the day the FDA approval is received, all the shorts will rush to cover and send the stock price to the moon), you understand the reality of getting an approved drug to the market successfully. All the best.
How is that short position working for you??? Or are just trying to buy more for less?
Do you find it funny to talk about such a thing? Any sign of being ethical or moral anywhere near you??
I have no problem at all with those who short a stock, they actually play a useful role of keeping a stock's price in check and prevent it from getting way overvalued. However, I do have problem with those that short a stock and then spread lies, rumors and fabricated"reports" to bring a stock's price down or prevent it from going up. Unfortunately they can get away with their unethical behavior.
Making a comment like that does not get you any credibility, are you pumping the stock?
While option activities may signal interest in a stock, they can also indicate hedging positions by shorts or longs.
Well said fish......! Orbach generally has been conservative in his forecasting, while a lot can happen in the next 3-5 years but chances of SILC being a winner (from current prices) look to be very good. One concern that I have is selling the company too soon but hopefully that will not happen.
You keep posting every 3 minutes and tell us how horrible RMTI is:
1. If you believe your own analysis why don't you go and short more???
2. What is your purpose of posting here?
Do you have enough integrity to answer these questions honestly??
Waiting for your answers!