What matters is progress. Clearly the efficacy supports Eteplirsen for approval, but the inept management team can't even get the application filed. The latest delay to mid-year 2015 will probably slip again on some inconsequential data element with the promise that next time will really really be it, and to ignore the last 5 delays.
I'm just curious how many more free passes investors are going to give management. SRPT has potential for sure, but needs new management to get there.
And before you bash-reply, think about it a moment - what if they slip AGAIN? How many slips are too many? 5 major delays and counting. How many is too many?
You can't undo the damage done by TheCrookedStreet. While the study was for 38-weeks all along, the outright statement by TheCrookedStreet that ISIS intentionally changed the duration in order to embellish the results has irreparably harmed shareholders of ISIS.
This isn't a journalistic opinion, it is an outright lie by Adam Feuerstein specifically designed to mislead investors and hurt shareholders. Presumably for the benefit of short sellers who tell Adam Fuerestein what to do.
This isn't about freedom of speech, this is akin to yelling FIRE in a crowded movie theater - sometimes lies cause real harm.
To the moron who keeps driving with his eyes fixated on the rear view mirror, he doesn't realize he can't see forward. That is all that matters. The past 26 years don't matter, what matters is the NEXT 5 years -- how many drugs they will bring to market, and the associated revenue with those drugs!
THAT is what matters. The future does not equal the past.
That idiot would sit there and point to an NFL Hall of Fame player and say "Yeah, but he couldn't run very fast the first 5 years of his life, he couldn't even WALK for the first 26 weeks. What a loser".
The post makes perfect sense. What is so confusing to you? Cramer said that he would still be long on the stock, even if it were $100/share, meaning, the long term prospects were so compelling that even if the share price was $100/share, it was still an overwhelming proposition.
This was in response to some clown who posted that Cramer said he wouldn't be a buyer unless the stock was at $45/share, which Cramer never said. The guy who posted that made up that lie.
So I went back, listened to the CNBC clips to hear if Cramer ever said that, and found this nugget, that was the exact opposite of what the other post had said. So I told him he needs to get his facts right (allowing him the "out" that he was simply confused, and not outright lying).
Tell me what part is so hard for you to understand and I will clarify further.
Nobody cares about VICL. I'm surprised you even posted about it. What about the ants under the shed, nobody cares about them either. They are all irrelevant.
Please get your facts straight. This was the other day when he reiterated that he thought it was a great stock like REGN was. On CNBC they asked him if he would buy it here he said it could be at $100 right now and he would still be a buyer.
NObody depends on Cramer. Not any more than anybody is listening to the short idiots on this board.
They are SO transparent. They are up #$%$ creek without a paddle and they know it. That's why they are begging you not to listen to Cramer.
Cramer said to buy at $29 and many people didn't listen. A few idiots shorted. Now they get another chance. Will they buy here at $62? When this stock hits $100/share, they will look smart!
Just how stupid is this Hunter guy?
He probably also owns VICL.
We are witnessing a slow motion train wreck in progress for short sellers. They can cover, but won't, and will have to cover at a higher price.
They could have covered at $30 but they didn't.
Then they could have covered at $40 but they didn't.
Then they could have covered at $50 but they didn't.
Then they could have covered at $60 but they didn't.
Will they cover at $70? NAH, cover at $100+.
He said he was pretty, but I know he was lying. Still, his stock tips are rock solid!
I bought for $29/share back on July 22 on Cramers recommendation. We are now over $60/share and I'm really glad I bought when I did. I DOUBLED my money by buying on Cramers recommendation.
I'm not perfect though, I get nervous about this market the way that many people do. I sold a fraction of my holdings back on Nov 13 and missed the run on those shares from $50 to $60. All because I was worried about the momentary pullback - like we see today. I wish I had not sold those shares, but at least I kept he vast majority of my shares. I was worried it might go right back down. I was wrong a little, but right to hold on to most of it.
Others should not make the same mistake I did. I wish I had bought on the pullback instead. I will buy more today.
I bought on July 22 on Cramers recommendation for $29/share. We are now over $60/share. Had I taken your advice back then, I would not have DOUBLED my money.
You couldn't be more wrong.
I did sell a fraction of my holdings back on Nov 13 and missed the run on those shares from $50 to $60. All because I was worried about the momentary pullback - like we see today. I wish I had not sold those shares, but at least I kept he vast majority of my shares. I was worried it might go right back down. I was wrong.
Others should not make the same mistake I did. I wish I had bought on the pullback instead.
Oh thank GOD we have you spamming the board, because SO many people go make their investment decisions of their hard earned dollars based on some anonymous irritating stock board on yahoo.
Not everybody gets their tips the way you do. In fact, you are the only fool that does. Meanwhile you waste your time spamming.