Before buyout offer.
It's a great short now.
A $billion for a company with nothing approved?
Pfizer bailed on its lead drug and when it fails in trial, the stock will be down to $2 in a flash.
"What event is going to cause it to reverse direction at this point?"
Bozo, PDUFA is 20 trading days away.
Ever hear of the PDUFA run?
Good, very good.
You are confused. Anyone can nitpick.
EXAS, on the above list, doesn't have any drugs. They are developing a diagnostic test.
Yet their market cap is $750M.
What does LXRX have? Lots of failures and one drug in P3.
Yet their market cap is over $1 billion.
Puke was just posting a comparison of market cap.
You don't take issue with the $1 billion market cap companies but yo do with TTNP's meager $100M market cap?
You are more than confused. You are screwed up.
Isn't the rationale for using the implant is that you get your daily fix without the cravings and withdrawal. What would be the point of removing the implant and then re-injecting the buprenorphine? Pills that are diverted and sold are crushed.
What is the likelihood of an addict cutting the implant out of his arm and then trying to resell it?
A lawsuit for discomfort?
Isn't there discomfort and pain anytime you go for surgery? Are the surgeons sued for discomfort?
Isn't there discomfort during minor dental procedures? Are dentists sued for discomfort?
The possible side effects of the implant procedure will be specified.....possible bruising, swelling, discomfort. Any lawsuit for discomfort would be frivolous.
The implant is the size of a match stick. There's no need to insert in exactly the same spot each time.
I would think it might even be alternated between arms, left arm for 6 months, then right arm for 6 months.
Under $2 is a buy opportunity. Nothing has changed, Probuphine is still a slam dunk for approval.
The drop from $2.40 was your normal 25% correction after a huge run up.
There are no .85 holders. They are long gone. Their short sales caused the initial calamity as they pounded the pps down to .60. If you look at the institutional holdings, there are no new institutions. The Rodman hedgies shorted and covered with the discounted .85 shares. Sianara! They still hold long term $1.15 warrants but its unlikely that they would be selling now and foregoing the time premium.
You're the one who doesn't know the difference between "your" and "you're", and in desperate need of a grade school education......Granny Daisy May
Braeburn's only immediate income will come from the sales of Probuphine.
The gross receipts will be the total deposits into their bank account.
Titan will collect a royalty on the total receipts.
Braeburn's books will be examined by the IRS and are subject to review by Titan.
Your theory is that Braeburn will set up a concession stand and sell lemonade together with Probuphine rods for cash and that they won't report the cash sales, thereby denying Titan a royalty on those sales?
What led you to the conclusion that the Braeburn execs intend to commit fraud?
So, your sick client pays money under the table to Braeburn so that it won't be reported in total sales and Braeburn won't have to pay a royalty on it to Titan? Will Braeburn report that income to the IRS?
Braeburn will become a fraudulent company?
How did you come to that dumb butt deduction?
You are rambling and making no sense.
Whom does Braeburn charge a surcharge?
Is this like under the table?
Bend over and let NITE ream you while you lick Sunil's butt and let us know how much you like it.
Bolivar's 5 year old niece is smarter than you, get over it already.
Reverting to your old vile obnoxious ways and attacking other posters makes you look even pettier than you already are.