New 52 week low on delay --- what a great story ! Now who was it saying that this management team was so great ??? Anyone ?
how long have you been patient ? sellick has been ceo over 12 years & what has he done ? would you say he's earned his stripes ???
Did your tax advisor also point out the benefits of taking short term losses and pairing them with short-term gains to minimize taxes due ? You seem to be making the assumption that it's all clear sailing ahead---not a prudent strategy when putting funds in speculative microcaps with no track record of getting product approvals over the last dozen years.
Price doesn't seem to matter to many on this board as they are monastic in believing that everything is great at THLD. If things were so crystal clear valuation on the science would be dramatically higher.
The market is grasping at straws looking for direction. Housing is a very big economic driver & indicator & the signals have been mixed. People are just looking for indicators on direction. Stock selection is important ..... I guess.
Sentiment has dropped like a rock over the last Q -------with AAL down 20% on profit taking/macro concerns/relative strength issues et al BUT THIS IS NOT THE TIME TO GET TOO BEARISH----especially for an upside trade. The recent fall in jet fuel to the $2.72 level could lead to a nice set-up into 3Q earnings results.
AAL can have a nice upside move off of these oversold levels.
awful rough criticism !!! be nice ! this one is now at the dollar store but will be much higher one year out. at that time DVAX will either be "For Sale" or ready for a financing---that's why billy blair & jeff still periodically throw out a comment.
Cowen hardly covers THLD & outside of a "gentleman's buy" walked away from this one about 18 months ago. Don't believe everything you read.
What could possibly make you think that they're going to sell $3 stock ???? the ATM was teed up to go in the event the company got better results & the stock spiked significantly. If THLD is forced to sell stock it won't be anytime soon. Are you familiar with ATMs ??
THLD is a good buy back in the mid-high $3's. Forget these goofy "analysts" --- they barely know anything about making any $$$ in their own accounts.
congratulations are in order----you got all your stock symbols right !! did anyone help you ??
Soliris is still the primary driver for two severe rare blood disorders---PNH and aHUS----and sales could double from here. Astofase alpha --AFA----is the star of the pipeline and very good bet to be ALXN's next $1+Billion opportunity.
Makes one wonder what little retail investors like beachball does when attempting to understand what's possibly going on it a stock. No surprise that there's constant skeptism & fear of the dark. But for those who put their funds in lottery type companies what should one expect ????
Look at the players who have just started taken positions in WFT----including David Tepper of Apaloosa who's arguably one of the top 5 investors out there. They just started in the low 20s with 2.5 mil shares & are likely adding on any weakness. There is so much to like about the WFT story--- IF you are willing to look forward on the story. WFT has the potential to be trading in the mid 30s (or better) looking out over the next year. On $2/sh in EPS, debt pay down & a much cleaner story WFT has a very favorable reward-to-risk. Shareholder Mario Gabelli says HAL is a likely buyer of WFT----I would also add GE which is building up their recent Lufkin acq & clearly wants to broaden their scope.
Its a shame you know so little about the financial markets. Many professional investors have consistently made outsized returns shorting start-up or developmental biotech companies selling a hope & a dream, with most never coming close to bearing fruit. But a small piker who appears to never know what's going on it's no surprise that you label all kinds of people who are seemingly not on the same side as you. But your ignorance & ego betray you every time....what a chump.
Who shorts a $3 stock with $2 in cash& no debt ? are you that clueless ?? From your relentless posting it shows that you are never without an opinion no matter how uninformed or ignorant it may be.
First of all the shareholders----owners of the company----will decide if there is ever an offer placed before them. Management owns a very small non-controlling position if this was ever to occur. Are you so new to the financial markets to make such naieve comments ??