This is pure nonsense,
When you take a position in such a speculative stock, you are not a "long-term investor."
You are a speculator: one who should be wary of any news or analyst sentiment that has the potential
to do serious damage to your initial investment.
To cavalierly disregard such concerns is beyond naive, it's self-destructive.
but you're locked in and whining like a 12-year-old girl
does anyone here pause every once in a while
to check the share price?
I know it would interrupt the chain of thought
in these informative debates
but I think it's worthwhile.
By the way, not all shelters are infested with the mentally
What wonderful information is gleaned from reading these posts.
Me? I think it was two summers ago that I took a position in SRPT; slightly over $21.
When it failed to budge after two days, I was gone.
Unfortunately, I missed all these wonderful posts, especially the numerous condemnations
of the FDA.
The only positive for me was salvaging my original investment.
But for you guys remaining, this is such an outstanding learning experience.
How do you know?
Are you going from pharmacy to pharmacy to confirm this?
What a jerk!
I don't know why you guys focus on share count?
I hate to say it: it's irrelevant.
IF the company introduced a real growth prospect,
such concern would quickly recede.
A Wall St. executive?
This must be a practical joke!
You have all the sophistication of a five-year-old in the market.
It's all (very) hot air you spew.
Your portfolio seems to consist of one stock, a sub-five dollar
one to boot.
And you spend hours defending a losing hand.
You must have been one great trader.
another pathetic imbecile who responds multiple times
to an idiotic post.