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t.boone11 53 posts  |  Last Activity: Mar 5, 2014 7:21 PM Member since: Mar 15, 2010
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  • t.boone11 by t.boone11 Mar 5, 2014 7:21 PM Flag

    You've got to love this executive team and their toadies. Maybe they should have started by trying to run a shoe factory and then maybe after 300 years or so, they can move on to pharma. Joke of the industry!!

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    Just watching and waiting...

    by t.boone11 Dec 16, 2013 8:47 PM
    t.boone11 t.boone11 Dec 20, 2013 10:00 AM Flag

    Sure...good news. Vimovo price hiked to $5000 a month! LOL!!!! So anyone on this board care to be honest with me. You walk into your doc's office complaining of OA or RA. Doc says to you, I can prescribe you generic ibuprofen and famotidine which might set you back $30-40 a month, but requires popping 5 pills a day versus 3, OR I can prescribe you a combo pill that is no better for your condition, but will set you back over $700 a month. Maybe insurance companies were able to swallow the initial pricing of Duexis, but I guarantee this insanity is coming to an end. Look at any 5 Tier formulary and both Duexis and Rayos (probably Vimovo too) are at Tier 4 with step therapy. I'm not sure docs prescribing Duexis are aware of the price, and patients prescribed Duexis (usually elderly) probably feel the doc is acting in their best interest and are blindly shelling out big bucks for these pills. Timmy boy is still hiding behind the curtain like the great Oz, but all of this will eventually come to a head and the end result for Horizon will be devastating.

    Not saying the stock is going to drop to zero overnight, but well placed short trades here are going to return a hell of a lot more to investors than going long thinking this pig will fly.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Just watching and waiting...

    by t.boone11 Dec 16, 2013 8:47 PM
    t.boone11 t.boone11 Dec 17, 2013 12:45 PM Flag

    Oh believe me Mickey, I couldn't be more spot on in calling this turd, well...a turd. Irrational exuberance as Mr. Greenspan might say, will come back and bite shareholders here with a vengeance.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • t.boone11 by t.boone11 Dec 17, 2013 12:37 PM Flag

    Would love to know if that meeting mentioned on CafePharma actually took place. I'll give it to Raj, he might not have the biggest brain in the world, but he must have some big cajones pulling off stunts like this (if true).

  • until this absurdity of a company comes crashing down. Old Timmy Boy is sure lining up his ducks to ensure that when the meltdown does happen, it's Chernobyl'esque baby! Hopefully he can orchestrate another brilliant acquisition like the Vimovo deal! LOL!!!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Focus on the Gorilla in the Jungle

    by joesolomon333 Dec 13, 2013 1:40 AM
    t.boone11 t.boone11 Dec 16, 2013 8:08 PM Flag

    Boy, that $100M sure will buy that gorilla a bunch of bananas. I suggest you share your projections with management since clearly they are in the dark about what a hugely successful and profitable company they are a part of. Maybe it's just walking around money for the good Doctor and to pay the well deserved recent bonuses for his executive team.

    Sentiment: Sell

  • Geee, missed checking in on this board for some time. Figured with earnings coming up, I'd see what the board geniuses were predicting. I remember last quarter the market gurus were so spot on! ROFLMAO! What, no Bloomberg terminal access this time? Whoever ran the price up to this level better get ready to bend over and grab their ankles on Friday. Catch ya on the way down boys!!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • oh, but wait, there's a pipeline product for anemia, right? LOL! Let us pronounce Zevalin dead once and for all after this quarter. Fusilev is dying a slow death, but will also meet a similar fate. Now all Raj has to do is bring more mediocre (at best) products to market to keep the charade running and his pocket filling up with filthy lucre.

    Sentiment: Sell

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    Market Cap Over $200M

    by postbusters Sep 18, 2013 2:41 PM
    t.boone11 t.boone11 Sep 19, 2013 10:28 AM Flag

    "which doesn't need to dilute its shares again, and can see profitability on the horizon"

    The genius speaks again. ROFLMAO! Dilution is happening on a constant basis via the ATM. I really love the naivete here with people thinking Timmy boy has a money tree growing in his back yard that he can pluck whenever he wants with no consequences for shareholders. Gee look, the company is losing money hand over fist and they won't need to do another offering because of their magic money tree. Get a clue! I know it makes Timmy boy proud to have such an astute group of shareholders.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • t.boone11 t.boone11 Sep 17, 2013 2:59 PM Flag

    Yeah sure. The market suddenly woke up on Tuesday, September 17, 2013 and finally took notice of this gem. LOL! Anyone buying into this faux rally will regret it soon enough, and anyone who didn't take some profit off the table will as well.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Not sure who provided this golden opportunity to earn a little profit from this dog, but better take it while you can because it ain't gonna last long. Seen these ridiculous run-ups many times before on absolutely no news. The rug will be pulled out from under your feet faster than you can say Timmy Boy.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    Fusilev-105b trading plan

    by imho_dyodd Jul 18, 2013 8:06 AM
    t.boone11 t.boone11 Sep 10, 2013 10:28 AM Flag

    Anyone else notice Joe's obsession with seeing the shorts with their "pants down," "pants below their ankles," "pants ripped off," etc... I suspect he gets confused sometimes between the Yahoo MBs and his spanky sites. Come on Raj, give the guy a break - free him from your boiler room for a little sunshine every now and then.

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    Once again shorty is pounding away at us. Their is no

    by hneiman Aug 28, 2013 11:37 AM
    t.boone11 t.boone11 Aug 28, 2013 12:47 PM Flag

    Yawn......big bad shorty is back today, roflmao! Gee, you'd think the shorts might want to focus their efforts on a Google or an Apple or any other stock trading above $8, since there might be a bit more money to be made. Yet, they are drawn like fireflies to the flame to pick on poor, little old Spectrum. I mean, Joey reminds them daily how much they've lost shorting this stock - you figure they would have learned their lesson by now.

    I look forward to your post tomorrow morning...hmm maybe you can title it, "Shorty can't keep us down forever, we will see $40 by Labor Day!"

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • The IP around Duexis and Rayos is pretty shaky. Formulation patents have a very good chance of being challenged by generic makers, and invalidated by the courts. It all probably comes down to whether the expected financial return on the drug justifies bringing the challenge to the courts. Horizon knows it doesn't make sense to financially bury themselves in litigation where the outcome may be the flip of the coin - hence, their recent deal with Par to let them enter the market early. When a big boy like Actavis challenges your patent though, they may go for the kill.

    Again, expect more challenges right around the corner on both Duexis and Rayos. Couple that with insurers rejigging their formularies for the upcoming benefit's enrollment season, and we'll see where these two wonder drugs stand at the end of the year.

    Hopefully the debt holders don't get too skittish and start diving into HZNP's dwindling cash reserves.

    Sentiment: Sell

  • t.boone11 t.boone11 Aug 19, 2013 2:18 PM Flag

    Mrs. Walbert,

    Thank you for posting to the HZNP Yahoo message board. Your "remarkable individual" of a son is truly transforming the healthcare world as we know it today. The sheer genius of combining two generic medicines into a single pill and charging 20X the cost of the generics alone should really elevate the young man to the status of a MacArthur Genius. It's unfortunate that all the evil doer forces out there are keeping his company down, but we all know one day Horizon will be bigger than Pfizer, Merck, Novartis, GSK, Sanofi, Abbott, Roche, J&J, Lilly, Astra, Bayer, Takeda, Shinogi, Astellas and BMS...COMBINED!!

    We will patiently wait for that day as loyal shareholders - or if we don't see it, then so shall our children, well...grandchildren, well...great grandchildren, ummmm...great - great grandchildren??? Well, somewhere down the lineage at least.

    Sentiment: Sell

  • t.boone11 t.boone11 Aug 12, 2013 11:31 AM Flag

    Is that the same last ditch effort they were making last week, last month, the last 6 months??? Keep posting the same moronic statement and responding to it with your aliases, Raj will be proud and might bring you a donut to reward you in the boiler room he keeps you locked in. BTW...has Raj been beating Joe with the rubber hose again because he hasn't been posting quite as much? Please report back, since I miss the little feller.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Wow, you all provided me with much humor over the last couple of months - thank you! Please, keep up the good work men. You have to love that they're dumping shares on the market under cover of the ATM at 2 bucks and change, what confidence they must have in the company's future.

    Keep an eye out on your new health insurance formulary as we are approaching the benefits enrollment season. Report back on whether Duexis even exists any more on the formulary - heck, even if it survives as a Tier 4 drug.

    The good news is, once this all starts crashing down, the debt holders will force the company's liquidation so the pain should be swift and severe and you won't be forced to suffer all that much.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Never a more appropriate phrase coined to describe SPPI investors. The stock has plummeted more than 50% from it's high over the last year, but all the blame should be laid squarely at the feet of the shorts, the hedge funds, the market makers, Credit Suisse, Adam Feurestein, the FDA, the wholesaler cabal, Zacks Research, etc...etc...etc... Spectrum is firing on all cylinders, it's just that 99.99% of the market is too stupid to realize this. The real geniuses of the investing community can be found on the SPPI message board - it'll just take another 2, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100 years for the rest of us to realize this since as all SPPI longs know, patience is of the essence - LOL!

    PS - The latest conference call was extremely telling. A lot of tidbits in there if you picked up on them - and none of them should give any confidence this stock is going any higher by year end.

    Sentiment: Sell

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    imho, some people

    by joesolomon333 Jul 21, 2013 9:17 PM
    t.boone11 t.boone11 Jul 22, 2013 10:47 AM Flag

    There you go Joey. Finally seeing the light and calling out all your pumper buddies as LOSERS! Blaming the failures of SPPI on the shorts, the hedge fund managers, the market makers, the SEC, the wholesalers, the generic companies, the FDA, Adam Feuerstien, etc...etc...etc...

    The truth shall set you free Joey!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • If he wins it, might even make me a believer in Spectrum...

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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