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post #2836 of 5565
AMRN is getting absolutely hammered today.
post #2837 of 5565
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Originally Posted by djblisk View Post

AMRN is getting absolutely hammered today.

Yep, traders look to be bailing since it look like no NCE decision this month. Looks like NCE is going to hinge on the 889 patent app, expecting notice from the USPTO on that on 10/23, so looks like we'll have to wait for next months Orange Book update.
post #2838 of 5565
I've seen nothing out of AMRN in the last few months that would give me any reason to think a near-term catalyst is coming before more depreciation. If they announce they will launch the product on their own it will likely go down further.
post #2839 of 5565
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Originally Posted by ac21686 View Post

Using some of my profits from SRPT and buying calls ahead of NPSP's FDA advisory panel and briefing documents.

bought Oct. $12's for .25, quick double on a very positive reaction to briefing notes for a change. it still has more room to run, though...
post #2840 of 5565
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GLUU is getting absolutely hammered. Wish I had some cash/margin to go in here, 3 and change is a damn gift. Still long on AMRN though, seeing some pretty crazy volatility before Orange Book update.

Volume dropped on GLUU finally, think I'm gonna pick up some next week once I sell some stocks to rebalance the portfolio
post #2841 of 5565
I had a dream this morning that AAPL had shot up to $710 dollars due to massive iPhone 5 sales.

Then I woke up and cried myself back to sleep.
post #2842 of 5565
lol, I thought you sold?
post #2843 of 5565
I did, until I bought back in at $673, thinking it wouldn't drop any further.

Boy, was I wrong.
post #2844 of 5565
some short ideas--zillow (see the report on citronresearch.com)

apple -- the risk/reward ratio for this company is not good. its the biggest company in the world and fairly valued at 15 p/e with annualized revenue (using 6/30/12) of 140bil. that is a lot of money. the company already has no place to go in terms of costs (with the foxconn mess they can only go up) so how many more billions of dollars of product can it really move at this point beyond what it already has?

amazon -- p/e of 100. great revenue so if the costs come down a bit then it could pop, but its been a couple years and they haven't. the people i know that amazon everything basically do it to take advantage of the overly generous return policy, the 2 day shipping that i'm sure costs them money, and the fact that they likely have something close to the lowest price. that p/e is gonna stay at 100 before amazon falls to $40 and makes the p/e a still unreasonable 20.
post #2845 of 5565
I maintain that a consumer does not need to continue handing over their money to aapl, they do however with a lot of other companies. They make a great product, it's widely enjoyed and seems to have some staying power, but I think the past gains will certainly not reflect the future gains. People with huge amounts of aapl in their portfolios are probably going to find that they need to find a new fish to kill.
post #2846 of 5565
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Originally Posted by djblisk View Post

AMRN is getting absolutely hammered today.

'889 issued, me, like many others, predicted that once 889 was out of the way, NCE decision is in the bag. Stock's starting to run, let's see if I'm right.
post #2847 of 5565
WTF Netflix?
post #2848 of 5565
Anyone have access to CNBC? Amarin talk going on apparently, looks like bidding war between Eli Lilly and AstraZeneca? If that was true, would be so awesome.

otc: The market hates Nflix, absolutely hates it.
post #2849 of 5565
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otc: The market hates Nflix, absolutely hates it.

Its been having a bumpy ride...but it is pretty clear that it is the way of the future for home media consumption. Netflix is the best provider right now (and we will see what their original content turns into).

There is competition coming in other forms but I can't say how it will play out. Big competition might come from bundled packages from the cable providers/content creators (like HBO Go or comcast only crap) but there's a potential for some legal pressure there I would think... The DoJ might want to get involved since its a lot easier to lock down control over digital distribution than it is for physical media (if the studio won't cut redbox or netflix a deal on DVDs, they can still buy them on the open market and rent them as much as they want).
post #2850 of 5565
You guys think Apple beats earnings?
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