I'm guessing the sell-off is because of the idea that subsidies for iPhone purchases will be going away. If true, Apple bottom line would likely be taking a substantial hit.
Utah-based Genifuel Corp. has licensed the technology and is working with an industrial partner to build a pilot plant using the technology.
I was guessing it would get approved tomorrow, in time for Christmas. IPCI drug approval applications can't keep getting shuffled to the bottom of the pile. I think every long should call the FDA tomorrow and complain to them about the foot dragging on getting approvals in a timely manner. 3.5 years is excessive. Except a generic response....pun intended. ;-)
If you call the FDA, expect a generic response. That's what I meant to type.
Next year (2014) it will cost close to $64,000 for a generic drug application, giving new meaning to the $64,000 question. You fork over the exorbitant fee and they get back to you when they get around to it.
In the mean time, take two Rampertabs and don't call me in the morning.
We might be less than a decade away from realizing the promise of the hemopurifier. We live in exciting times.
Now that the FDA (Foot Dragging Administration) is seriously looking at the hemopurifier it's only a matter of time and stock dilution.
Effexor was filed May 7, 2010, so it's been closer to a 3.5 year wait. One has to believe the company will get the nod within the next 6 months at worst.
Protonix was filed Oct. 18, 2010, so that's over 3 years ago as well.
2014 has to be the year of more approvals which once manifested should easily double the share price from here.
I'm surprised there aren't any billionaires who aren't interested in owning their own palladium mine or why a consortium of catalytic converter makers don't pool resources to buy a palladium mine on the cheap.
I can still remember when $300 million used to be a lot of money. ;-)
Samesong might be eating Apple's lunch but Apple can thrive quite well on breakfast, dinner and snacks.
Samesong..."We only copy from the best."
The Auto Dealers in every state will eventually been unable to block Tesla from direct sales. When more affordable Teslas become ubiquitous, consumer pressure will overturn the fear inspired laws of Texas and others trying to block Tesla. The laws seem unconstitutional to me. It's not like Tesla is selling drugs even though driving their cars may induce euphoria. ;-)
Less than two weeks ago, the brilliant folks at macroaxis had the chance of bankruptcy at 221% which meant it was beyond a forgone conclusion that PAL was going under.
Now, miraculously it's at less than 31%.
I think we'll be over a buck again pretty soon.
As of their 2012 Shareholder letter TINY held 1,594,590 shares of SZYM but as of 9/30/2013 it looks like they only have 250K shares of SZYM. If true, I think it wasn't a good decision. Solazyme will be huge imo.
This helps explain why big up days for Solazyme don't do much if anything for TINY's share price.
It's like TINY is in for all the foreplay but mostly bails out just before the orgasm.
It's a mobile device maker that makes mobile devices loved by everyone who owns one. It has one of the fastest operationg systems. It has a 17" screen inside a 4000 pound protective cocoon. It's fast sleek and costs too much...sounds like an Apple product to me. ;-)
How many calories in an iPad? I'm sure iPads have less calories than an Android, so Apple will be fine.
Wait a minute, you said Fox News, that's an affiliate of the Comedy Channel, isn't it?
COB I figured to mean Close Of Business. In other words, PAL would be trading over $4/share by EOY 2014. ;-) EOY=End of Year.
It won't hurt that Palladium will likely touch $800 some time in 2014 also.
I've heard people here assert that silver being bought for storage counted as supply and others argue it was demand. To me it seems like it would act like demand when being purchased, but would act as somewhat of supply as people disgorged it based on need to turn to cash or realize appreciation.
I guess the guidance will be coming today, being that this is the last day in December.
I'd like to hear them say that giant solid platinum boulders have slowed the drilling for palladium. ;-)