Weak hands gone. Capitulation taking place. Will move up Friday when the scare is taken out for future value. GL
George Soros seems evil, but he is right Most of the time. I have yet to lose money following him. Especially if he gets in too early and I follow. As you all know, usually they load up then pay people to talk up the stock.
After hour action says you're right. Tomorrow should be interesting. A lot of shorts have to get out.
The previous rejection from the higher court and then she ruled the same doesn't make much sense. We will just play the game: Buy the 30% drop take 15% - 20% today and continue to hold original shares.
Sure I added back. Just hope we aren't the weak and stupid. ;-)
Sentiment: Strong Buy
My opinion, as you mentioned, is a partnership will take place very soon.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Omit the following from the hearing and I would double down:
Illston tried to envision the opinion she might write in Sequenom's favor and pressed Malecek to explain what the invention has contributed beyond the natural law.
He said it calls for the use of parts of the mother's blood to draw out fetal DNA in ways that do not bar others from still making use of the natural phenomenon.
"The new idea here is that this is a completely traditional way to do it, but that doesn't preempt other ways," Illston surmised. "That doesn't sound like much of a new idea."
"You're falling into the trap," protested Malecek, who said Ariosa has tried to discredit Sequenom's patent by breaking it down to its parts: the use of conventional techniques and an underlying natural phenomenon. But the courts have called for more holistic analysis, he said.
"While the law is clear that you do go through that exercise, you have to put it all back together again," Malecek said.
Thanks for sharing Viorel. Amazing how people spew Shorty drivel and believe they are influencing investing decisions
Keep it up prudent! stock resting now for the next move up
Having our PPS remain high for weeks now, not seen since we headed over $7, is proof enough (for me) to validate your opinion. I bought into OIBR (I believe you mentioned it here or another board) GL
Google Rare earth metals mine is key to US control
""I don't believe that China is trying to chop the west off at the knees but it has a growing internal market that is driving the demand," said Gareth Hatch, an analyst at Technology Metal Research. "That reduces the amount they are willing to export." That is where Molycorp – the frontrunner for now in a global race to develop alternative production of rare earth materials – hopes to step in.
Since going public last July, the company has raised more than $500m (£323m) to expand its production facilities at Mountain Pass, a collection of rusting buildings that date from the 1950s. This month, Sumitomo Corp of Japan invested $130m in return for guaranteed supplies of rare earths for the next seven years. The company has also applied for department of energy loans.
By mid-2012, Molycorp aims to produce 20,000 tonnes a year of nine of the 17 rare earths or about 25% of current western imports from China. Smith suggested the company could possibly ramp up production to 40,000 tonnes within the next 18 months. He says Molycorp has exposed just 55 acres of the 2,200 acre site.
But even production on that scale may not be enough to guarantee the supply of metals needed to move to a clean energy economy: lanthanum for batteries for hybrid cars, neodymium for the permanent magnets for wind turbines, especially offshore, europium for energy efficient lighting.
"You would need seven mines the size of Molycorp's just to meet the demand for wind turbines and that would mean no neodymium for motors or any other applications," said Jim Hedrick, who until last year was the rare earth expert at the US Geological Survey.
"Obviously there is a demand for 10 or 20 mines through the world to meet all the different demands for these products."
We need all that we can get. I don't remember reading about him...did he take the board member's spot kicked out because he also served on TIBT board which was nailed for fraud?
I voted for Peter. When he joined I spent hours confirming they were working on improving their board even went as far to Google Earth his house in Colorado Springs. Wanted to make sure he wasn't living in a crack house. :)
Backstory: Yang Chen took the POS Tianli had removed from the board who also served on the fraud Tibet.
Dr. Chen joined with Peter Gadkowski in Dec. 2010 when Tianli improved their board of directors. Good day sir!
We can hope, but winner usually goes to the shorts after a reverse split. Maybe weeks down the road or that day, but they win most of the time. The reality is if Tianli was managed well we wouldn't be here. Have you heard of a solid company performing a reverse split EVER...nope.
Still believe a real company whose management thinks years down the road, while most of us look to each quarter to feel justified. My opinion not adding till below 70 and I "hope" I never get the opportunity again. Have a great weekend all! Nice to hear from you Pahad.
Agreed Any good news and we are back to IPO price. ADDED more today @ $9.07. HOPE it was last chance this "cheap". GL