It would be most interesting to find out who is doing the buying now and what is the basis for the
downward movement in price. I agree that OSIR has triple digit stock potential and that both
of the recently added partners in the use of the stem cell products would be interested in owning
OSIRIS and if not the total company, then certainly a good sized stock position. Someone put on
a sizeable short position about a week ago....and here we are seeing the wonderful timing of
the position. Stay tuned....interesting times.
I use to trade our stock and yes I did ride it up to $29.00 and sold out for a nice trade. That was in August of
2013. Since then I have come to realize that it is a triple digit stock and anyone that trades it for the small
gain is foolish. I have a hard time believing the short interest that's in the stock. I think it must be connected
with big pharma in some way. As stated in these posts, our management is too smart to even bother with
that condition and just spends their time bringing fantastic products to market. I initially bought OSIR stock
after seeing the before and after photos of Bobby Jones' foot. It was hard to believe that any product could
regenerate the growth of at least one third of a foot that had been eaten away from a diabetic condition.
So, I am a long termer and take pride in being an owner of a company that will save the world a lot
of misery. And yes...I continue to add on the way up in price which should probably speed up in the next
several months and years. Good luck to us fortunate shareholders! George
Reading minnesotafarmcountry's post regarding the "short interest" in Osiris makes
me wonder if there might be another important use for Dalton's Grafix. How about
using it to help extract the "short's head from their Butt". Why anyone would want to
short a stock that has the magic to "restore a body part" has to have a few screws
loose! There are a lot of "pie in the sky" stocks that would make a much better short
than OSIRIS. It's not like OSIRIS is waiting for a miracle....they already found it and it's
just a matter of time until they extend it use to another important need.
Thanks for the post and yes, I do remember Dalton Foot. I saw the original picture with half of his foot GONE
and also saw the picture of his whole foot after the nine months of this miracle applications of GRAFIX.
We pass Dalton, Georgia when we go back and forth to spend winters in Florida. Dalton is the reason
why I still own OSIR. It's amazing to me that we do have a product that can stimulate the regrowth of
half a foot. Our Dalton Man's Foot should be the Symbol of our Company. I'm amazed that our stock
is not trading over $200.00 a share....just based on the miracle it did for Dalton. Hope I never need
the GRAFIX stem cell....but good to know it's out there and available if needed. I'm sure that one of these
days it will be available to regrow a damage heart.