Fortune favors the prepared mind.
In other words, if opportunity knocks, one is better off not passed out on the floor.
This goes out to my readers, a much smaller number than Leonidas’s 300 Spartans.
I called a local pharmacy yesterday based on something “srinsocal” (probably an alias of some sort) posted.
Bath Pharmacy, near Allentown. As the poster stated, they are in fact carrying the Actipatch in stock, over the counter (meaning nonprescription), and are willing to ship. I think the price quoted was about thirty bucks for the heel patch.
This is real, brick and mortar pharmacy, in the USA, carrying an FDA approved device. They are an affiliate, or a franchise, I think, of a huge entity called McKesson (MCK, NYSE), which is 180 years old, has a market cap of 39 billion, and has an amazing stock chart.
If you read my blog, cash in on my weird OCD obsession with this technology and buy before the news hits. What will the news be? Well, BIEL needs help with funding manufacturing, advertising, and USA distribution. Also, research is expensive, and the pipleline development of new products could only benefit from cash backing.
BIEL is no one hit wonder. They have several products which are stand alone hits. This stock should be bought out for five cents a share, minimum, given the current share structure and the fact that the Back Patch has not yet been approved (it will be).
For those new to Penny Land, this might not sound like much, so I will do the math for you:
10, 000 dollars could buy you 100 shares of a hundred dollar stock.If this stock doubles, you now have twenty thousand dollars. Well done.
10,000 dollars could buy you ten million shares of the Bioelectronics Corporation. If this stock doubles, you have 20,000 dollars. So why buy this risky stock? Because if it gets bought for a nickel, you just turned 10,000 dollars into $500, 000.
The way this stock trades, it will pop when the deal is made public. The deal already exists. The product is being sold. You have advance knowledge of this, and it is legal. Somebody saw something on a Bath Pharmacy website on Facebook. The person who saw it is more OCD than I am.
So buy some BIEL stock before market close today.. Sell it on news. Thanks for reading my blog, and when I make you a few bucks, buy my books and review them someplace.