Could all of the Alliqua C's be ready to sell and land a Golden Package from CELG?
Buy cheap and heck with the average holder??
gm - It might be time for believers like us to re-think this stock. The promises keep coming and all reports
stay the same - garbage!
They are in a position to push them in any direction they would like. Lets hope it is not to sell cheap and have a gold package for all of the heads of Alliqua.
I saw year end, thought they were on a 6-8 week schedule for 1-3 reports.
It will be interesting to see what happens if Q1 is "flat" again. Thx
It does appear they are getting "cocky"! My guess is we are all betting on the leaders here, hopefully they don't get to greedy.
The loss was actually much less than prior year. 75% of it was from debt stock trade. That is good and bad,
people given last hope of any recovery?? Sure could be! If they can raise some capital they may have a great chance for growth, unless they start getting greedy again.
They probably only have one employee - the CEO ha, ha. Can't figure this one out at all.
When the CEO grabs onto all shares he can, I hold - hope I am correct.
Why is this stock not moving way up? They are also moving out some bad apples(Harmon).
Pumpers might be scaring the heck out of everyone!
I would assume they are shelving the Lidocane patch until the patent opens up in 2015.
This was a concern voiced by one of the key people several years ago - good move.
Former Insiders have held shares and taken shares for past IOU's.
If they didn't think there was a strong chance of cashing in, they would force a BK and file for
a possible recovery. IMO there is a good chance they know there is strong possibility for
growth or acquisition.
Also, why would others still be signing on? They don't wish to look foolish, sign on with a company that is
ready to go BK - doesn't make sense(Well the latest is our Gov.- that might explain it).
If this group continued to "pound the same rock" I would sell.
Appears they are adjusting quickly to more viable products/services.
I don't think the companies they work with would support a lousy company/system.
Do you agree??
Per the CEO, we should have started seeing stronger growth mid 2013. He missed it, though I thought we would see a boom at the end. At the rate cash is going out, should we be concerned for 2014?
First concern I have had in 2 years with this one.
Inventory, Sales, Receivables - not much of a change.