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In reply to: equusmedical on Wednesday 01/06/05 09:36pm

Thank you much appreciated...thought ther was a huge disconnect between actual market cap and potential. i think market has yet to appreciate the inherrent risk differences between a drug and a mechanical device...a serious revaluation is overdue...think its just started.

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In reply to: sensation on Wednesday 01/06/05 08:58am

u mean u have a problem, even noe sensation. Even if the price drops back to $1.25 ish long term it will be above $5.00 very shortly. No cheap buys then!!!

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In reply to: equusmedical on Wednesday 01/06/05 09:36pm

Yes, but

 

how quickly can they manufacture them? are they put together by specialised FDA approved welders who can only make 50 a week?

 

how many surgeons are able to install them worldwide, can each surgeon only install one a week? who knows? I don't

 

etc.. there are many unanswered questions to do with boring logistics of delivering the product. No doubt they will be able to, but still there are unknowns and delays.

 

I am not talking it down by the way, I just don't like that pattern in the chart for tomorrow. However it could still soar up, I've seen it happen with that pattern before, in a magnificent way.

 

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In reply to: Oavde on Wednesday 01/06/05 11:50pm

Yes but yes but yes but.......Why bother manufacturing in US........Thoractic manages 1,400 implants with some problems (can't remember what) so can't see a problem exceeding that figure and if the demand is there and the $ then the hospitals will oblige (I believe US medical insurance holders are welcomed whilst the others are passed over...callous i know ).

 

Regarding delays...implants ahead of expected pace and the Us trail/implant seems an immanent foregone conclusion according to the announcement...too risky to be out IMO

 

Oavde, I was hoping you were going to suggest a drop on open then surge....Doji's not good omen but can act as breather before next surge. If the hot money has sold out and the announcement is fully appreciated then another up-day me thinks.

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In reply to: kelt on Wednesday 01/06/05 09:51pm

kelt that rumour on hotcopper was started by someone who was very short in VCR and has now covered based on knowledge of a major pharma deal to allow them to earn $ in US

I sometimes wonder whether h/c management are also short VCR and hence they withdrew mention of the code

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Australian Financial Review, Wed, 01 Jun 2005

 

 

However, heart-pump maker Ventracor soared as much as 14 percent higher to an eight-month peak of $1.72 after it said in a presentation to fund managers that it has achieved a beachhead in the United States, where its device will be implanted into a patient for the first time later this year. It also said it expected to get a green light from European regulators next calendar year.

 

However, investors later sliced its gains. It ended 2.4 per cent up at $1.53

 

 

 

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In reply to: kili on Thursday 02/06/05 08:30am

yesterday looked like a forced sell off, possibly for some to get in at a cheaper price. I took advantage of that. It happened once before on a friday a few weeks ago when VCR went from 1.20 or so to .90 on 13/5.

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