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tensgut 10 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 20, 2014 8:59 AM Member since: Oct 14, 2005
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  • Osiris is no longer a drug company, its business is now focused on it's biosurgery products. It is now time for a rebranding, a make over, a change of name. Osiris Therapeutics Inc is wrong. Let's think of a new name, a name that better describes Osiris. How about Osiris Biosurgery Inc, or Osiris Regenerative Medicine Inc, or Osiris Biotech Inc? We need something informative and sexy. Management, are you listening?

  • Reply to

    Earnings Forecast

    by ozark580 Aug 2, 2014 7:57 AM
    tensgut tensgut Aug 5, 2014 9:36 AM Flag

    I am slightly kicking myself as I missed the really big run up in PBYI. I was fortunate to purchase 425 shares of PBYI as an IPO for $16 a share in October 2012. I sold all of my PBYI in the first three months of 2014 making a profit of over $38,000. I did not want to get greedy. As it turns out, if I held on to it, I would have made another $52,000. C'est la vie.

    I knew that Jay Moyes was on the Board of Directors of both Puma and Osiris. I have attended the annual meetings of Osiris for several years now. Jay always sits in the back row on the right hand side as you enter the conference room.

    There is a saying, follow the money. Jay Moyes is someone to follow. I also like to follow billionaires as they often are right.

  • Reply to

    How Much Sales are Needed...

    by tensgut Jul 4, 2014 5:49 PM
    tensgut tensgut Jul 5, 2014 3:29 PM Flag

    According to the one due diligence analyst, he expects OSIR to have a positive 30 cents a share this quarter. I think that may be a little rich because of the increased current costs. But if that analyst is correct, we could have net earnings of one dollar a share, perhaps this year!

    I actually would like to see a secondary offering, to increase the number of shares outstanding. The funds raised would take OSIR to the next level, to be on it's way to become one of those Big Pharma companies. The monies raised would enable OSIR to purchase key and synergetic companies.

  • to have net annual earnings of one dollar a share? Now let's do the same arithmetic, how much sales are needed for MDXG to have net annual earnings of one dollar a share? Which company will be the first to reach this milestone? (Do not count below the line items.) Explain your math.

    How much sales are needed to make $2, 3 or 5 dollars a share? What is your timeline? Do you think OSIR will have a secondary offering in the near future?

  • Reply to

    OT SPIHF short squeeze.... Drum role

    by cimcbride Jun 26, 2014 11:34 PM
    tensgut tensgut Jun 30, 2014 10:46 AM Flag

    cimcbride, thank you for your recommendation. I took a small allocation a few months ago.....

  • Reply to

    $ 100

    by ch47ady Jun 30, 2014 2:28 AM
    tensgut tensgut Jun 30, 2014 10:40 AM Flag

    ch47ady, as a fellow CPA, I also understand finance and investing from a fundamental point of view, probably a little better than the average investor. I thought you were an architect and an avid fisherman traveling the world in search of the best fishing spots. I think you found a good fishing hole here with Osiris, the big fish will be biting soon......

  • Reply to

    Shorts and Longs

    by tensgut Jun 21, 2014 2:50 PM
    tensgut tensgut Jun 23, 2014 9:44 AM Flag

    Halloween, thank you for giving us your reasoning. You are correct that there are plenty of shorts, and some shorts are pretty smart. Are you following blindly Adam Feuerstein or Mike Havrilla? They are usually right because most biotechs fail due to lack of money and failed or suspect clinical trials and inferior products. Epifix has not failed, it is on the market and market share is growing. Your other reasons do not support the continued success and increase sales.

  • Reply to

    Shorts and Longs

    by tensgut Jun 21, 2014 2:50 PM
    tensgut tensgut Jun 23, 2014 8:13 AM Flag

    Halloween. I must be dense. Could you articulate why you are a short? I would love to hear sound reasoning, Give us something to debate. Wishes, hopes and desires are not allowed in a reasonable discussion.

  • Reply to

    Shorts and Longs

    by tensgut Jun 21, 2014 2:50 PM
    tensgut tensgut Jun 21, 2014 3:48 PM Flag

    I concur that some shorts are very intelligent, may have inside information and are usually right. I believe most shorts and most longs are not that sophisticated, have not done sufficient due diligence and simply follow and hope for the best. I think halloweencandy is a small time investor who get's his kicks by being a pest. And then there are the paid posters long and short who give false information to purposely create havoc. Ignore the over exhuberant and the bashers who have little to no credability.

  • I understand why shorts like halloweencandy make disparaging remarks, not just on this board, but other boards. He is a short and hopes to scare longs into selling their shares creating a downward stock price trend. He is in it to make money on the downside. I actually like shorts, those that have valid opinions and sound reasoning. We all need a reality check. But when shorts can not back up their nonsense, resort to name calling, and saying untruths, I have little or no respect for their biased opinions. What does not make sense is why certain longs also fall into the same trap and make the same disparaging remarks on other boards without doing sufficient due diligence. I am long both MDXG and OSIR.

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