Your posts are just spin. Clearly, there is nothing to be fearful of at the moment. The people who you are talking to are, for the most part, in very healthy profit as things stand and very clued-up on the risks of investing in small cap bios. We don't need your daily reminders and scare-mongering. It's a waste of your time and ours, and people like you have obliterated what was once a very informative and harmonious forum.
Oh, and for the record, your posts are nigh-on unreadable--perhaps your time would be better spent looking at "webb sites" that can help you with your reading and writing problems.
We get your point now just shut up. If this comes off there is a great product for a massive market which will make us some money. I will then move onto gambling my money some where else. Pharmas are slow burners surrounded by hype and all manner of wild claims. Based on the risks presented and the potential upside I am happy to wait.
Current S.P. Is dropping ,yes S.P Lower than five years ago , yes Lot of P.i's locked-in due. to today's S.P. Yes No ( optimistic )RNS released over the last few months , yes At this rate a large Phama will come with a buyout if this S.p.continues to drop ,yes Then us p.i.s may be lucky enough to recoup our initial outlay ,yes Write it off as a tax loss. Against our gains. Yes.
Let's also not forget that the BOD and IMM's very strong position may well be complicating and/or slowing down negotiations. What big pharma isn't going to be a looking for some kind of deal? No-one from a large organisation is going to want to be seen as having overpaid.
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