Bat Spit Crazy... anyone quoting this numbskull, is nutts. All you have to do is google his name to find out just how crazy he is.
Yes, a lot of the bashers recommend buying stocks high and selling them low, rather than the reverse. I can see how you'd be making that recommendation.
Nonsense! You've proved yourself a definitive basher with this post, not a disgruntled poster.
Crazy negativity online, and pointlessly so. But if you were a day trader, I guess it was a bad day.
It's interesting that Obamacare opponents are referring to Consumer reports right and left, and then when I past directly FROM their web site, Consumer Reports statement on the matter, I get so many negative ratings. Fascinating how counter factual Republicans are... and how they can' stand having their arguments measured against truth. Google the headline in my post above, you'll see that is directly on the Consumer Reports web site...
Actually, it was part and parcel with the plan, the Republicans wanted it along with many features that were a part of the Heritage plan and Romney's plan. Once it was consistent with all that they wanted, in coordination with them, they could not deal with Obama getting it through and then sought to sabotage it, by voting against it, and then fighting it and claiming it's "socialism" when it has absolutely nothing to do with socialism and is a very solid market based solution. Hence, the mandate. Amazing that the GOP denounces it's own plan, only because they can't stand the country moving forward and past these issues while they actively sabotage it... hence the desperation to sabotage gets more frantic each day.
Obamacare opponents have misrepresented Consumer Reports' position
HealthCare.gov problems do not negate benefits of new health law
Published: October 21, 2013 06:40 PM
Pundits opposed to the new health care law and some media outlets have tried to suggest that our coverage of the troubled HealthCare.gov site means that Consumer Reports has turned against the Affordable Care Act.
Not true. Consistent with our mission to inform and protect consumers, particularly in this complicated health care market, our advice remains the same: The best place to buy coverage on your own is through the Health Insurance Marketplace in your state. That guarantees you will get comprehensive coverage, and it's the only way you can lower the cost of your premiums and possibly even your deductibles and copayments.
Doing that online in most states means registering at and shopping through the federal HealthCare.gov. President Obama acknowledged that site's problems at a Rose Garden event today. "Nobody's madder than me about the fact the website isn't working as well as it should," he said. "Which means it's going to be fixed. And in the meantime you can bypass the website and apply by phone or in person." (To do that, go to Find Local Help, part of HealthCare.gov.) . . .
Oh, and when they signed up, it was the SAME insurance company, and all the same providers in terms of doctors...
I know people who have signed up with no problem, reduced their deductible massively AND their monthly costs of healthecare AND included their adult children in the plan with no hassle. Clearly different people are having different experiences. It also depends what STATE you are from. Additionally, one can sign-up by calling or by filling out the forms by hand, just like we used to do. I'm not sure Consumer Reports is doing the program or its readers a favor here. I think it's perhaps a bit more complicated than the resources they've dedicated to understanding the problem.
The other problems is that all of these states that have stayed out of it have massively complicated the issue for the federal web site, which has to do the work of all of those separate states in one web site. Sabotage has it's benefits, apparently.
Obamacare was and is transparent you numbskull. Just because you don't like it doesn't mean it's not transparent. You're too busy spreading false information to read the details anyway.
Republicans do the nasty deeds mostly, loot the government during that war, and then fake the scandals under Democrats. They did the same thing to Clingon. It was mostly Republicans behind the S&L scandal, but when Clinton came in, they tried to blame the whole mess on him, at least in the eyes fo gullible voters.
Likewise, they blew up the banks under Bush, bailed them out, created almost the same kind of massive fraud, through different vehicles, that they had under the S&L crisis (Bush Daddy) as under the Bush II financial crisis, and then when Obama came in they called him a socialist as if HE had bailed out the banks with TARP.
Then under Clinton, the GOP created all sorts of false, distractions, which they are up to again, to mislead their constituency and everyone else. It's nonsense. The GOP is filled with fake conspiracies and nonsense. It's no longer a mainstream party and is pushing itself down the road to irrelevance. So I'd get off the fake scandals and get your Congresspersons to start doing their REAL jobs, or they will lose immensely in the next election.
It's really hard to believe you're a doctor. That seems profoundly unlikely. You are so clueless as to what it is and why it will benefit you and most of the medical profession, it's sheer lunacy that you oppose it. Clearly it comes from being indoctrinated to the point where you are so feverishly a true believer that you can no longer see reality from fiction, or what's in yours and most patient's best interests. Sheer nonsense!
Well, you and the resident pumpers, none of whom I think are legit.
Again, you're the only one I know of trying to play people's expectations. I'm not sure why, as it would seem that you're not very likely a shareholder. You must have some interest in undermining the company, I just haven't figured it out yet.
I think, rather, this speaks to the weakness of their mesenchymal product in light of what's coming.
It's chump change for the RPE program which is the only program that would fit this structure. Maybe the heart program. But again, if you're giving away your core and key technology, and IP to allow somoene to develop that treatment, you're creating a new and stronger competitor for nothing in the hopper. It took that company many years in the wilderness just to develop that treatment. 100 million will not pay bills that long. So I hope that they have at least one home run in their bag of tricks or that's the end for that company.
It's not a huge blockbuster drug, so that's why I'm assuming they decided to sell it. The problem for their current shareholders is that it may very likely limit their upside for a long time, post this little pop, unless they have more to sell.
Many of these "deals" that little biotechs make though, just are about keeping the lights on and giving away the jewls to keep the lights on, is generally, not great. Hopefully for Osiris, that's not the case. I am not an investor there, thankfully.
Unfortunately, and I do mean this, I think the GOP is about to split. That's not good for the USA, to not have a reasonable and rational GOP. But you've got billionaires who created a monster they cannot control, and they've fed a lot of nonsense to a lot of people who are quite gullible and need to believe what they've been told. That's going to be very hard to undo.