So the more Indian, Chinese and Americans and whoever else buy silver to store, the lower the price should go based on what you're saying? Massive silver buying should drop the price. Seems counter-intuitive if you consider that many people who store silver won't release it unless they absolutely need to or if the price is high enough to warrant it. You could argue further that much of silver bought for industrial use is stored in the product being made.
I'll be forced to buy an Android if Apple won't put out a larger screen by the time my two year contract is up. I disabled the fingerprint function, it just slows down opening the phone up. I wonder how many other people have disabled it.
Excellent strategy. It can also be time to buy when there are really positive posts. Fortunately, this board has both types of posts, so clearly it's time to buy.
I'm thinking Effexor gets a surprise approval on December 21st. That'll be good for $4 and then some. Time to back up the truck, load the boat, mortgage the wife and sell the children. ;-}
Other than buying CNBC and some other media outlets I don't see how Apple could control the fear, uncertaintly and doubt that the media peddles. The media likes to peddle the negative and sensationalistic side of most stories, sometimes badly wounding or killing the truth in the process.
No FDA approvals in last two days.
I imagine we will have to wait until sometime in the first quarter for Effexor approval which should goose the stock again. Goose on. Take a Rampertab and call me when the next approval comes.
2.3 tons is not 3 tons and much much more of carbon debt is incurred in the lifetime of spewing exhaust in which Tesla and other electrics don't participate.
I hope PAL survives and thrives and gets out from under their debt load.
Out of curiosity I went to this website that somehow calculates the odds of any given company going bankrupt. I had to chuckle when it showed the chances were 221% as to odds of declaring bankruptcy.
I thought 100% chance would be the maximum. I think perhaps their algorithm needs work.
25% of the personnel intended to be added to the generic drug division will be hired by the End of FY 2013 (Sep 30 2013) and another 50% by the end of the FY2014. By the end of year three after the enactment of the Act, the FDA agreed that 60% of submitted ANDA's will be acted on in 15 months. By the end of year five, 80% of submitted ANDA's will be acted on within 10 months. This compares to an average of 31 months for ANDA review currently. The FDA has also committed to clear their backlog of 2500 ANDA's now in-house by the end of five years.
If these goals are not met, FDA promises to collectively shrug their shoulders with a smile and work harder to increase fees and expand pension benefits to attract more personnel to accomplish their Herculean task mandated to them.
Filing for Effexor was accepted on May 7, 2010. Protonix was accepted Oct. 18, 2010. So it has been well over 3 years for Effexor and a little over 3 years for Protonix.
Based on that, I would say approval could come any day between now and god knows when.
IPCI's approval times seem to be taking longer than average.
Perhaps sending boxes of chocolates to FDA would speed things along.
There is now a fee due on the filing of an ANDA of $51,520 (FY2013). There is also a fee due in connection with the filing of ANDA supplements that are deemed "prior approval supplements" (PAS), such as those detailing significant manufacturing changes-- the PAS fee for FY2013 is $25,760. There was a one time "backlog" fee of $17,434 on ANDA's pending and not yet approved on October, 2012. There is an annual generic drug finished dosage form facility fee (FY2013 $$175,389 for domestic facilities and $15,000 more for foreign facilities) and an annual API facility (one making an API that is intended to be identified in a Type II drug master file (DMF)) of $26,458 for domestic facilities ($15,000 more for foreign facilities). DMF's can be submitted without the payment of a fee, but a fee of $21,340 is due the first time a generic drug application is submitted that references the DMF.
I liked the symbol. It was a really friendly symbol. I mean how could you go wrong with PAL on your side. Surely it would be better than MUD, BAD SUK or some other unfriendly symbol. Then when I saw the CEO's name I only thought of Fill da Twhat and that was a pleasant image. The fact that they were extracting one of the most valuable and sought after precious metals from a place known to have it, well that didn't hurt either. At the time it was around 95 cents/share. I recall abhoring the financing and in hindsight, I should have abhored enough to refrain form buying in. There's still hope of course. I would think a Carl Icahn , George Soros or Warren Buffet might want a palladium mine on the cheap. Tick tock.
We have a freeze warning tonight and tomorrow. I may lose a lot of oranges. At least Apple was green today in a big way, in an otherwise sea of red. But yeah, global warming is for real and even if everyone was driving a Tesla right now, it's probably too late to do much good. Societies are not geared to react timely to non-immediate threats requiring intellectual reasoning and massive changes in behavior. There will be millions of climate refugees in the coming years.
The interest rate on their loan is about equal to their chances of staying out of bankruptcy at this point, at least that's the way it fieels. But I look at the bright side...a 1 in 5 chance of surviving and thriving is a 100 million times better odds or more than winning the lottery. It seems like it's somewhat a race against time and avoiding major misstieps/mishaps along the way. We know the palladium is there, it's just a matter of bringing it up in a timely economical manner. It's totally doable.