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InspireMD, Inc. (NSPR)

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    François-Xavier
    Insider buying at 0.62 in February, I will be buying shares today thank you very much
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    John
    Experience has taught me that when you get to the point where a companies senior executives are issuing formal PR to agree to a RS than it’s in reality just a formality that it will be done. The PR is just to cover their butts against any class action suits down the road by shareholders, minority or otherwise that they were never advised of a voter meeting and to vote on what was going to happen. RS’s are just a great way to attain compliance price standards immediately w/o the cost of a share buyback which could be done by the company but would cost them up front, remember w/strong companies share buybacks can accomplish the same thing. Perfect example of this is Warren Buffet & Berkshire Hathaway. Look @ all the share buybacks he implemented over the years from the very beginning of Berkshire Hathaway as a way to show strength in the company & increase the price of they’re share almost immediately. Trouble nowadays w/recent generational investors is, they invest but are not aware of what they’re rights are as investors of companies or are just to lazy to think they’re vote (proxy) matters or that they can actually stand up at a voter shareholder meeting and can speak their mind before a vote even if online. They just sit there and accept what comes assuming their votes can’t make a difference. Not like when I first started as a broker shareholders went to meetings or phoned in and had a list of reasons why to vote for or against something, whether the executive management wanted to hear it or not they legally couldn’t refuse to, even if you only owned 1 share. Hope the RS doesn’t get approved but I’ll bet that it probably will for a lack of people voting against it. Like the old saying “Talk is cheap!” GLTA ✌️
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    Jazzman
    Best thing for NSPR is keep moving forward to generate sales... It's simple- More sales leads to higher stock price. business 101-
    Bullish
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    John
    I also agree this stock has been manipulated by big funds all along but I believe the current valuation is an attractive buy, regardless of RS or not which doesn't affect its valuation.
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    574215059
    if they know that their product will get FDA approval, why do they need the RS? they can simply wait till the result come out and the share price will skyrocket to the level needed?
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    Lord
    I'm no expert, don't know which SE is best suited for a company like NSPR, but if you can't get your stockprice up on one, how will you get it up on the other? An RS is an artificial way to meet the (more stringent?) requirements. If the underlying essence of the business is not solid, it's just a matter of time before the price will go lower and lower, until it ends up below 1$ again. And then what? OTC, pink sheets?! Come out with good news more often! Have better figures at the end of a quarter! Diversify, R&D new products or new applications etc. And the value of the company will increase by itself. Investors will find a good company wherever its listed. Voting against RS.
    Bullish
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    Joe
    Massive reversal over $2
    Bullish
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    BART
    Uplisting to NASDAQ.

    Our board of directors is recommending the Reverse Stock Split for several important reasons. Firstly, the proposed Reverse Stock Split is needed in order to allow the Company to pursue listing our shares of common stock on The Nasdaq Capital Market. We believe that an uplisting of our common stock to The Nasdaq Capital Market will make our common stock more attractive to a broader range of investors than its current listing on the NYSE American. We believe that the Reverse Stock Split is our best option to meet one of the sets of criteria to obtain an initial listing on The Nasdaq Capital Market. The Nasdaq Capital Market requires, among other criteria, an initial bid price of least $4.00 per share or a closing price of at least $3.00 per share (or, if certain other conditions are met, which may not apply to us, a closing price of at least $2.00 per share), depending on the other quantitative listing standards that are met in connection with the initial listing. Following initial listing, The Nasdaq Capital Market requires that a listed company maintain a bid price of at least $1.00 per share. On March 8, 2021, the last reported sale price of our common stock on the NYSE American was $0.79 per share. A decrease in the number of outstanding shares of our common stock resulting from the Reverse Stock Split should, absent other factors, increase the per share market price of our common stock, although we cannot provide any assurance that our minimum bid price would remain over the minimum bid price requirement of The Nasdaq Capital Market following the Reverse Stock Split.
    Bullish
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    Mathew
    Hello my friends, I have just entered and bought into this company NSPR for the first time. bought 10,000 shares at $0.8. Was hoping to hear what you all think? and if there is one thing I do know is that the Medical Field is a great one to be in because after the pandemic people are more aware to the need of mods than ever before. what do you think?
    Bullish
  • w
    wave_length
    NSPR is moving up nicely today. Let us hope there is some kind of positive news on its way.
  • G
    Gregory
    over $2 soon definately......with a reverse split
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    addmorehops
    where do you get proxy vote if you trade with TDAmeritrade?
  • M
    Michael
    If you're in for the short term, please don't discourage those of us who are in for the long run. Hopefully we've chosen correctly. Just because it makes sense, does not mean it makes cents. Be cool y'all.
    Bullish
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    Michael and Carrie
    NSPR voted to send out proxies to vote on the rs. They are asking for a 1-5 to as much as a 1-20 rs. This is so the company can get the price to the requirements of the NASDAQ. After the rs they will then exit the NYSE and join the NASDAQ. They are asking all share holders to vote yes. When will the proxies be sent out was not mentioned
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    BART
    InspireMD, Inc. (the “Company”) announced today that its special meeting of stockholders (the “Special Meeting”) scheduled for and convened on March 17, 2021 has been adjourned to April 14, 2021, at 11:30 a.m., local time. The adjourned meeting will be held at the offices of Meitar | Law Offices, located at 16 Abba Hillel Road, 10th floor, Ramat Gan 5250608, Israel. A quorum was present for the authorization of the meeting of March 17, 2021, as there were present, in person or by proxy, a majority of all issued and outstanding shares of the Company’s common stock entitled to vote at the Special Meeting.



    As of March 17, 2021, the stockholders entitled to vote at the Special Meeting had voted to approve the proposal to adjourn the Special Meeting (Proposal 2) for the purpose of continuing to solicit votes in favor of the proposals contained in the Company’s proxy statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on February 11, 2021.
    Bullish
  • J
    Joe
    Call in your vote AGAINST the R/S
    Bullish
  • j
    john
    Reverse split to go NASDAQ aloows them to issue more new stock later to raise capital and dilute shares which they dont feel after pay raises but shareholders eat the dilution!
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    Rick
    We know the big market is the US , for which it is yet to be approved , so why would we want a reverse split now , I say show us the money first .
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    Jazzman
    How will the RS affect NSPR? it's going to happen. It will get more attention from NASDAQ. More fund managers will get on board.
    Bullish
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    François-Xavier
    They have 40 M cash, no dilution! The R/S is just for uplisting so that after fda approval we rocket more.