I'm sure you you smile and think you're clever every time you create a wildly out of bounds post using a mock-van ID but let's be honest, your routine is getting stale. It is time to let it go. How about some facts for a change?
Nice call buttplug - don't you get tired of being wrong? Starting to get expensive for you at this point too.
Any day now they will issue millions more shares to fund the next couple of years of realizing zippy revenue. People trying to suck you in know this and have already placed their bets accordingly...why else would you roll the dice on an unapproved gamble with not advantages over an approved and proven product that is just about to ramp up its marketing? OREX is a sucker's bet, ARNA in an investment.
Of course you shorties have absolutely no concerns though right? I know this is not what a squeeze looks like (yet), but could it be what it looks like when somebody like Ican moves in on a stock? Regardless of whether this is a move in or a move out of a position, we both know that retail does not move this methodically so a big player is definitely controlling what is going on here.
If a fake out were the goal it seems a bit much that it would be bidded at the HOD during what was likely the highest volume day of the week all the way into the close just to have to fight it back down tomorrow and Friday.
You must be holding your guage upside down...sometimes they get stuck too. Shake it a little or tap on the glass until the arrow starts pointing up again.
Tele you deserve every bad thing that happens to you in life, including this little moment you are getting right now. Not because you wish for the demise of ARNA because you conduct yourself like a complete POS.
There is a delay in the posting of scripts so this week's count can't be used against us until December but low volume means they can push it down without a tangible reason. Even on low volume I do not think $5 is viable anymore though...we will see $6 long before we see $5.
I wonder if they already burned up what they were able to get their hands on with this morning's little 10 cent raid...
Sounds like somebody is getting organized and is planning to push it down on the low volume later this week when we get close to the holiday.
Not with mine either...with every "grind" the noose gets a little bit tighter as the little guy picks up what he can here and there too. Nice place to be as a long right now.
Lather, Rinse, Repeat until you have acquired targeted number of shares. I don't think they are netting that many but this looks like deliberate controlled buying/covering to me. Like a duck on water this thing looks boring on the surface but the wheels are turning like crazy down below as they try to get across the river without alerting all the predators.
While I wish this were true, I read the article and that was not the jist of it t all. What the article said was that the new healthcare law allows companies to force employees with big waistlines and that smoke to pay higher percentage premiums than those that do not.
Tomorrow morning's session sponsored/lead by Eisai:
"Expanding Options in Obesity Management: Strategies to Individualize Treatment"
"Advances in our understanding of obesity and its comorbidities have expanded therapeutic options in weight management. Behavioral modification (eg, weight reduction, exercise) is essential to any weight loss regimen, but additional therapy is usually required to achieve and maintain a healthy weight. New antiobesity medications have become available that consider the pathobiology of weight regulation. Surgical therapy is a last resort for patients in whom other treatment options (medication, lifestyle) have failed. Because the goal of weight loss is to improve the overall health of the patient, a multidisciplinary team is the optimal approach to address the comorbidities of overweight/obesity."
Conference description from the website:
"The concept of Obesity Week originated about five years ago when the ASMBS and TOS decided to co-locate their Annual Meetings together to create something unique and unprecedented. TOS focuses on the science and prevention of obesity, while the main focus of ASMBS is the treatment of severe obesity via surgical intervention. The two societies share a common denominator with a multidisciplinary focus which encompasses not only the scientists and the surgeons, but the behavioral health, nutrition, pharmacology, and exercise specialties, and many more. Together these organizations have 60 years of experience, and you will clearly see this combined expertise reflected in this most comprehensive educational agenda in obesity research, treatment and prevention.
Obesity Week’s audience will be both vast and diverse, as we anticipate the potential of 4500+ attendees ranging from clinicians, internal medicine physicians, surgeons, basic scientists, public health advocates and policy makers, students, epidemiologists, integrated health professionals, and additional professionals with a vested interest in obesity."
Several sessions dedicated to prescription treatment options & results - one of which is being conducted by Eisai today at 11:45 "A Novel Treatment Option for Chronic Weight Management"...wonder what product they will be talking about? Plus they have a huge booth in the exhibit hall. Insurance board will also likely be discussing...wouldn't be nice if they made a recommendation to have prescription meds covered? The point you ask - we are getting a ton of target marketing mileage out of this conference.
Wanted to kill the enthusiasm before things got out of control or they would never have been able to bring it back down on Friday when they really do need it to be at $5.
I agree with collector below, the numbers will be different on the next report. Just the same though, what you are seeing is the equivalent of shortie using one credit card to pay down another. The only problem is the interest rates are going up on the cards right now not down. The result is that while it is keeping the dogs at bay for the moment, the true financial situation is getting worse. Eventually, all short shares must be covered, what we hope for is a catalyst that forces this to happen quickly.