Take over control. Defend the company. Address the claims and debunk the SA research. Reassure the investing base that a medium / long term plan is intact. This stock has been in a free fall since July of 2015. WAKE THE F UP!
Thought this was an 8 part series to be released over 8 business days? The coward must have slithered back under his rock. What a joke. SEC are you paying attention???! Criminal.
i read it as going after XON under the assumption what spotlight published is indeed factual. no chance anything happens to either xon or spotlight as the assumptions are opinions not based on fact.
i don't believe it to be serious (medium / long term) as long as management / RJ Kirk defend themselves with a PR release or statement. Short term yes, it's done some serious damage (technically).
Agree 100%. The foundation is currently in the process of being laid. We need to tamper today's expectations and look out into the next 3+ years to see the payoff from all the work being done today. No doubt these ECCs, joint ventures etc will blossom over time. Just gotta be patient.
Why must CNBC feel the need for 3 people to interview, interject and change the subject matter ever 30 seconds?? Let the man talk and answer 1 question at a time for christ sake.
Potential for the Zika virus outbreak spreading and travel warnings may have put a bottom in on the stock. Oxitec.
Sure $70 in July was a stretch, but $27?
This company (as of today) has never been in better shape in it's existence. Partnerships across all spectrums, revenues ramping and over $100 million on the balance sheet in cash. You couldn't dream of building this business where it stands today for anywhere less than $3 billion.
Anyone with a time horizon of a few years will be rewarded handsomely for picking up shares at these levels. Today's macro economic nonsense will have little if any effect on the longer term prospects and potential.
2015 and 2016 is all about laying the foundation for the future.
"Under the terms of the agreement, Intrexon will receive a technology access fee of $10 million in cash and reimbursement for all research and development costs. The agreement also provides for regulatory and commercial milestone payments to Intrexon for each collaboration product of up to $30 million and $22.5 million, respectively, as well as a low double-digit royalty based on the net sales from collaboration products."
I understand your thinking, however, there are far more people working outside of the oil industry that will be saving/spending more $ each month rather than that $ going into gas tanks.
Also, lower oil/commodity costs translates directly to the bottom lines of companies that produce and ship goods thus resulting in higher profits (assuming all else equal).
Oil companies have already let folks go, this next leg down if extended will result in a smaller amount of jobs lost than have already transpired.
Yes, my point being the acquisition would come before he is set to retire March 31st. You have to assume the CFO is now privy to all info regarding any ongoing talks of an acquisition.
Could it be he doesn't want to work for another much larger company in a diminished role? See his obligations through until March 31st then ride off into the sunset with a boatload of stock.
Who the hell is going to invest billions of $$s to find cures for diseases such as cancer, IF fools like Hillary propose laws that prohibit insurance companies from paying more than a couple hundred bucks?? Great way to kill innovation! Brilliant.