will survive the threat of BK and bring this technology to market in the US?
The one day wonder performance in the stock, as the price just moves lower and lower is not a good sign of company survival. It would be nice to hear some thoughts on the next 1-2 year survival potential for Delcath.
Why did it go to $16.00 a share 3.5 years ago?
I think the main question to be asking a professional right now is:
Is this company going BK?
The CEO is gone, 21 key level positions have been let go, and FDA approval vote was 16 against, 0 For.
DCTH is a rock-star! 1st Mephalan, next gen2 filter. Go figure the price when it all works out?
Really tough to put a price on this, and the patient ones that don't get daily fatigued will be the biggest winners if it all does pan out! GL out there
$.46 may just be the right average price to buy today, WAIT. Let shorts have a tough time covering lower! If you buy too high, they have an easier time covering shares.
Motley Fool is hammering the fact, DCTH orphan drug approval is pretty much a small, "over" event, and to sell shares on the pop. So why buy up here at $.60?
Just wait to buy and load up huge a little lower, MF is wrong on this stock, it's going much higher!!
People are "actually" complaining it can't hold $18! I'd like it to stay down here a couple of months longer, but I don't think it will? I just want to build a great, big position. The action down here is "always" about frustrating the weak, not so patient investors. Then they sell, then it goes up fast. Then all the little guys weap. All the misinformation posters are happy to have more shares. Cycle goes on and on. GL, I like ECA at this level, and even more so if it can't hold "$18" LOL.
Halcon Resources Corp will trade lower and I wouldn't get in now. I'd wait 6 months to one year. Insiders always get in early when they are dropping. They don't know the value of oversold conditions like hedge funds do. BEWARE of HK.
ECA is a great buy, I'm back in at $17.45 on Sept. 9th. Dividend, shortie, stupid swing happened but who cares, now I'm up $.57+.20 divy/share. GL