It has dropped from $1.50 to $.60 and finally (???) to .08. Why didn't they just eliminate it?
Outlook coming from this conference call must be really bad. SLB's CEO was very negative in his remarks following their earnings release yesterday
Credit Suisse retained their outperform rating and a $40 target. Similar for S&P. They maintained their outperform rating
I think a lot of people are just trying to figure out if INTC can ween itself off of PC chips and transition into other markets. The bulls and bears will now have to fight it out until you get a progress report from BK next quarter
Since the April 2016 Calcitriol launch has been posted on the official RMTI website, it probably has been considered in the current price. The uncertainty revolves around how much revenue and profit will be generated in 2016 and future years. That is still not priced in stock
If RMTI starts selling significant quantities of Triferic, there is plenty of time to buy. I will gladly buy at a higher price if large sales of Triferic materialize.
The price is determined by RMTI's ability to sell Triferic
1) FDA approval Jan 2015
2) Triferic launch Sept 2015
Waiting for 2016 Triferic sales
Until you get meaningful Triferic sales, the price won't go up and all the pumping or bashing won't make any difference
I will get back in once I see several of the dialysis companies start using Triferic in their clinics.
good luck and I await the May conf. call
This is a tough market and doesn't look like it is going to get better for at least another year. I fear your $1.01 estimate maybe high
Thx for the response
If we get the EAI 10:30 report to also show a draw, we might go up a little more. I believe that some traders are waiting to see if the 2 reports are in agreement before acting
Kingly has lost a lot of money with his calls during the last year+. Based upon the Saudi Crown Prince's interview comments, there is downward pressure on oil. Kingly has been wrong for over a year
Crude output expands to 10.912 million barrels a day in March
Exports last month increase 10 percent from a year earlier
Russia’s oil output set a post-Soviet high in March as the success of a proposed crude production freeze between OPEC members and other major producers appeared to be in doubt.
Russian production of crude and a light oil called condensate climbed 2.1 percent in March from a year earlier to 10.912 million barrels a day, according to the Energy Ministry’s CDU-TEK unit. That narrowly beat the previous high of 10.910 million barrels in January.