S&P carries little to no investment influence if the financial markets. They are an underfunded organization where inexperienced analysts go to be trained. The institutional investor -- who determine company valuations---have their own analysts as well as daily exposure to the more senior wall street analysts. My guess is that individual investors look at S&P.
Oh no of course not. Led by the great management team of sellick & co. THLD should have no problem bringing something over the goal line this century. Sure hope they can get the stock maybe back to $6 someday.
Another self-proclaimed rocket scientist---this one with fleas. You keep on eating the alpo----good to see you too are up to speed on big pharma R&D funding.
Oh so you never made any serious $$$ in biotech it seems. Maybe if you spend some time studying you may get fluent in the subject matter. What methodology do you use to make such valuations ? Are you new to all this ?
Please don't tell us that you're too stupid to connect the dots. Aren't they teaching little rookie that in school ? Or are you being.....home schooled ??? Not toilet trained yet ? Hint hint---ask your mommie who's the Holy Grail at THLD ? maybe she can help you answer that one. And you thought you knew all about R&D ! Your lack of understanding continues unabated.....poor little chump beachball. Maybe time for you to post another press release.
NES short interest was 4.46 mil as of March 14, with updated numbers out in a few days. I don't think it will be going up much based on an improving fundamental and technical backdrop.
Are you new to NES ???? Did you miss the positive impact from their improved credit facility ? Or maybe the sale of a non-core asset---which improves their financial flexibility (which has been a concern raised by short sellers) ? Some people take notice when insider plunk down CASH MONEY to buy shares in the market----did you not notice the CEO (a huge shareholder!) buyig another 28,500 shares or about $500,000 of additional NES shares. Did you see the CFO buying shares last week ? Do you think these guys maybe KNOW a little bit about whats going on INSIDE NES ? Are you familiar with what they're doing in the Bakken ? Looks like NES's operations not only have stabilized relative from last year but are improving. Book value is over $25/share----NES trades below book value ??? a cheap stock ! and going higher ! NO NEWS OR DATA ???? Maybe you are looking at some other company ??? Sure seems like it based on your comments.
The problems continue at MKGAY. First it was the CFO resigning 2 months ago and now the global head of R&D abruptly left---after only 6 months on the job. So she is out and no reason was given---never a good sign. It was seemingly just yesterday that her promotion was quickly followed by the bold pronouncements that MKGAY had their research house in order.
How much do the insiders at DNDN own ???? or did they all bail on that POS ? shows a sucker is born every day ! oh .... and they have an APPROVED product !!! lot of good that has done for shareholders.
NES management----off their recent insider purchases----will be out in meetings next week with institutional investors telling the NES story. I would think the very large short position (30%) should quickly revisit their position before they get carried out in body bags as the bear story is no longer true.
NES stock has the ability to double as multiple expansion could be dramatic --- as NES trades more in line with their environmental company peers. Adding in the TFI sale gives NES additional liquidity for potential further deleveraging, as a cleaner balance sheet helps multiple expansion further.
So with a CEO owning a very large position and adding to it look for the message to be well received. The result is significant stock outperformance driven by higher valuations on higher earnings on a deleveraging story with very significant insider ownership. --- a short seller's worst nightmare.
the primary negative is that early results are far below estimates & has scared investors, Hopefully wall street analysts have been keeping their Buy recommendations but quietly telling people to sell.
I guess when the CEO, CFO & countless other insider reach into their own pocket to buy shares----it doesn't matter ???? Are you NEW to the markets ???? When INSIDERS aggressively buy---you think that's a BAD SIGN ?? Get in the game rookie----stop reading yesterday's newspapers.