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    Now may be the time. http://www.notwallstreet.com/keeping...pective-51515/

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
    Now may be the time. http://www.notwallstreet.com/keeping...pective-51515/

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    Product launch is difficult and can be much slower than expected (witness AMRN). There are two huge differences here for MNKD, first Sanofi's master sales force and, second, the huge short interest. We are seeing a beautiful short squeeze. What the heck! Nothing ventured, nothing gained.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
    Now may be the time. http://www.notwallstreet.com/keeping...pective-51515/

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    Looks like it was a good time. Bot then and currently up over 12%.

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    River, Like they sometimes say" Only invest money you can afford to lose" I was way down , but now am on top of the world.

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    This was written 6 weeks ago. I've followed Nate Pile for years. He's really good. It is hard to stay with some of his picks when he's down. HQL is one of his favorites. I'm up over 200% on it. He only has a few selections each year and doesn't trade much. Not exciting but very profitable. http://seekingalpha.com/article/3093...nd-and-afrezza MNKD has gone from 3.50 to 5.54 in 3 weeks.

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    Last edited by billyjoe; 06-03-2015 at 07:18 PM. Reason: MNKD price Jump

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    Wow. Up over 20% now. Just read that June $5 calls..."... are now firmly in the money with two weeks remaining until expiration." GO AL!!!

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    River, Al Mann (MNKD) and Mark Libratore (LBMH) both have a history of building profitable companies then selling them for a fortune. Mann is nearly 90 years old and a billionnaire. Libratore is quite a bit younger and has many companies yet to start. LBMH's stock price isn't too hot right now but it pays a regular div. and has sound fundies. Maybe they'll both sell out and make me very happy.

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    I'm riding a rocket sled. Up nearly 40% in a week !

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
    River, Al Mann (MNKD) and Mark Libratore (LBMH) both have a history of building profitable companies then selling them for a fortune. Mann is nearly 90 years old and a billionnaire. Libratore is quite a bit younger and has many companies yet to start. LBMH's stock price isn't too hot right now but it pays a regular div. and has sound fundies. Maybe they'll both sell out and make me very happy.

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    Can't really understand why LBMH stock price isn't doing a smidge better.

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    [QUOTE=Louetta;124555]Can't really understand why LBMH stock price isn't doing a smidge better.[/QUOTE

    Louetta, With a 5% div. and no debt I'd buy more if she'd just base out soon. See no red flags and TV ads are leading to a growing base of monthly customers.

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