Just let it ride, you are dealing with Warren here, this merger is the best, the floor is at $85, no sense to sell. Hold is the best strategy!
The issue is that no clear deadline and willngness to communicate investors on the possible cash flow. This requires CEO and and CFO have a very good understanding of business. In the end, they should prove NPVs of any drugs are far greater than $1.93/share.
Sudden attack to any Saudi wells will cause spike on UWTI. I do not believe this is a one-way street. Yemen will have its counter-attack, not if but when.
Its business model should make shareholders a lot of money. Not sure if SAG was right about the management issue.
This made VRTX's departure as NON-EVENT. BMR management did a very good job. Just wish I could buy more @ $20 a few weeks ago. The yield is 4.7%
very true, he is NOT positioning well into the next stage. It seems that the flood of share dilution not bother this management. They took every penny from the financing and could care less what shareholders felt. They do not own a share to begin with. This prevent big institutions to take any position in this company if this management is not put money where their mounths are.
This is how executive compensation was designed. Google has the best in the industry. $1 in salary and the rest in shares. This is only way to test the competence of any executives. If one believes $12/share, he/she will work his/her a#$ to deliver. Any money raised should be in R&D, then these excutives will have the best interest to look after share price.
It looks like the short sellers get the help from Saudi to push down the price hard. There will be a moment that all producers step in to buy these barrels below the cost until oil is free. The common sense tells you that $43 is the low where the majority of producers will lose money. This may work in a socialist society.