I see the Moles are back, hiya Moles! You thought I left? Never. Here's a refresher, for anyone new or who missed it the first time. Just throw these Buyout Moles on ignore, after you have a good chuckle at their naivete. Remember boys and girls.....
NEVER a buyout. Anyone even entertaining numbers is either a mole or extremely shortsighted. Why? Dividends....
Imagine, if you will, Leronlimab being SOC for JUST HIV. Only HIV.
Number of patients x Doses x Frequency.
What does that put the share price at?
How long does it take for CYDY to have more cash than it knows what to do with, and they declare a dividend?
How much will the dividend be?
Imagine it's $1.25 a year. What is your cost basis / PPS on your entry? Divide $1.25 by that, that would be your annual yield on those shares.
Multiply it by the number of shares you have... would it be nice to get that, every year?
What if the dividend is higher than $1.25 a year? What if it's $2.50? $5?
Where else are you going to get a guaranteed annual yield like that?
Now factor in CV19, cancers, ARDS, "ohm's list":
An incomplete list of potential treatments targets for leronlimab.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
COVID-19 (and other corona viruses)
Diabetes (type 1)
Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (possibly other muscular dystrophys also)
Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Post-Myocardial Infarction Syndrome
Sickle Cell Disease (anti-inflammatory effect)
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Sure, there will be capital gains for every indication Leronlimab is effective for. Those will be insane... a safe, easy to administer (subcutaneous / "insulin shot like" , easy to store and transport treatment for a whole slew of immune diseases and disorders....
But those gains get lost when another company siphons up the drug: Leronlimab's profits will go to prop up other (probably less significant / successful) projects, massive bloated advertising budgets, an army of middlemen and overpaid officers. If you think issuing a few million shares is dilution, try getting absorbed into a $20+ billion company when you're under $2 Billion.
So are the dividends. Poof!
Now, if anyone can tell me what opportunity on this planet is going to be better in the next 5-10 years ... what is going to have capital gains like that and probably annual dividends like that, that you need a buyout to happen now so you can rush to make significantly better gains there..... if anyone can tell me what that opportunity is, I'll vote for a buyout at around a $100 billion valuation in the next two weeks.
If anyone can't... there's not a chance in h---.. NEVER a buyout.
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