Don't worry. They have more than one thing to talk about. They can talk about their new website, and also about their new and realigned business strategy.
Forget dry powder. You should hope they have at least one new thing to say. The stock has been rising on hype but the clock is ticking on your news announcement. Time is not your friend now.
I want to know the exact date of the next deal. I won't be attending the conference unless Dikla is there. Besides I am average height. I don't meet the necessary requirements of being very tall, or short, fat and bald.
I didn't realize the company had so many tall shareholders. It is good to see all the solidarity between the tall and poor.
"Any sort of good news could produce a "scramble"."
Any further delays on a deal and the shareholders continue to get "screwed" too.
They priced it for $10.50. That was a far cry from the high. Martin knew that his stock wasn't worth anything close to $10.50 though so he took the money and ran.
When the company lists their accomplishments for this quarter on their next quarterly conference call, they will surely mention that they now have a website which works. They have had all that cashed laying around for 16 months now from the bungled secondary. I wonder why they didn't invest a few bucks in their website sooner?
I've never heard such a big deal made over a website that functions. You would think a publicly traded company would have had a working website long ago. Baby steps I suppose. Meantime the stock has put in another new 52 week low. There probably is a bottom, but it isn't here yet. Possibly when Gerstal resigns or retires the stock will go up?
New 52 week low coming into sight again! Where is that deal the company promised in the short term? Short term is getting longer and longer every day.
The stock should get quite a boost if Martin Gerstal announces his retirement at the Analyst Day.
Hopefully the new and realigned website works better than the new and realigned business strategy.
"Already on sale as far as I'm concerned."
An even better sale price is coming real soon if Martin doesn't announce that large deal he has promised. Time is not on your side here. It is time for Martin to produce this supposed deal and show shareholders the $$$$.
With reluctance I agree and with great sadness I have divested myself during today of the remaining stock I held in Compugen. In over a decade I have doubled my investment but had I sold earlier would have made considerably more!Today we have seen trades well in excess of 10k which I have interpreted as knowledgeable sales (dare I suggest with inside knowledge) and if there is "bad news" in the offing then Martin and the board will have destroyed any remaining trust in their dealings! I may ofcourse be wrong and regret my decision but i will sleep more soundly and perhaps in the future may reinvest. I wish all loyal and long suffering shareholders my best wishes and will continue to watch from the sidelines."
I thought you delivered your eulogy months ago.
I noticed a slight change too. The stock only dropped 1% today rather than 3-4% which is often the case. Short term means the end of the year to you? You would think they were already in negotiations to have mentioned anything? You never know though with Gerstal. He is as logical as some of the Ivy League graduates on this message board.
I don't know about games. It looks like selling is followed by further selling, and then more selling. It is getting harder to find investors to buy the hype here. Could it be a credibility issue?