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|Press conference involving POSC and major company may be announced as early as next Monday|
|Written by Staff and Wire Reports|
|Friday, 23 April 2010 05:48|
Following up on the rumors we have been chasing for two weeks, it appears that staffers at Positron Corporation (OTCBB:POSC) have been busy making arrangements for a soon to be announced press conference.This news according to multiple sources who also told BioMedReports on Thursday that an official announcement about "a big development for the company" may be issued as early as Monday.
Yesterday, prices took a hit after a blogger made false and defamatory accusations against not only BioMedReports, but the company as well. This is the second time that the blogger has attacked BioMedReports's and owners of this website intend to take swift and complete legal action against the owner/author of that web site. Thus far, after multiple requests, the author of the website has refused to provide us with his legal contact information so that our legal department can commence those actions.
The fact remains that POSC is an established company that has been in business for over a quarter of a century and that a positive announcement- apparently worthy of a press conference- will be made public in the coming days. Speculation continues that a multi-billion dollar company trading on the NYSE at over $50 per share has taken an interest in the company.
Furthermore, sources at the company tell BioMedReports that pending orders for their FDA approved, Frost and Sullivan award winning imaging system run at least "over one hundred deep."
As we told subscribers two days ago, we fully expect the stock price to see substantial gains (beyond the initial 43% gains seen immediately after our trade alert) as it now appears that the company had positioned itself to be the clear leader in the five billion dollar molecular imaging market. Positron's PET (Positron Emission Tomography) scanner, known as the “Attrius”, has robust cardiac specific imaging software and, more importantly, is the only "PET" imaging device in the entire industry (see related story).
It is clear that a positive development worthy of a full press conference (rumored arrangements place it at the Nasdaq MarketSite in New York City) may be officially announced as early as Monday.
If true, naked shorters who took negative positions in the stock will not only have to cover, they will help push the stock price much higher by doing so.
|POSC: Damned if you do and damned if you don't|
|Written by Peter DePalma|
|Friday, 14 May 2010 05:47|
After alerting members to Positron Corporation (OTC:POSC), the stock roared from $.06 to a fifty-two week high of $.30. Shortly after that, we advised our readers and subscribers that they should consider selling their positions in POSC before the scheduled press conference, fearing that the event could become a "buy on rumor sell on news" event.
We've come back from vacation to an email box full of both love and hate mail, thus the title of today's article.
Apparently, our advice to "sell" prior to the press event did not go over well with many of the longs who felt that we were sending mixed messages about the stock, but after carefully considering what many day traders do with these "forward looking" types of stock plays, our editors felt strongly that we should advise our readers despite the potential for back lash.
As it turned out, things got even uglier than any of us expected when the company decided not to announce their highly anticipated partnership details to an audience of reporters in attendance at New York's Nasdaq Marketsite. Most of the reporters covering the event didn't even blink, but the tens of thousands of investors who were following the conference via webcast immediately responded by dumping their shares. What resulted was a wave of attacks and false accusations about BMR promoting and/or pumping and dumping the stock. Those who followed the advice and erred on the side of caution won while those who decided to gamble more speculatively paid a price.
At the end of the day, the facts still remain: POSC is a solid company that has been around for over 27 years. The CEO may need more media relations training given his very rough delivery at the podium, but reporters at the event (none of whom even asked about the partnership details that investors were craving) seemed to take the most interest in management's announcement that POSC anticipates generating over $200 million in revenue within 18 months and over a billion in revenue within 4 to 5 years. This is a stock that many of us have jumped back in on and is still available for mere pennies per share.
Even though they fully intended to when the news conference was scheduled, POSC could not announce the name of the key partnership they wanted to reveal at the press conference for a number of reasons. As we understand it, there are at least one contractual and several strategic partnerships in the works or even already in place. As many disappointed and angry investors called and cried for full disclosure under threats of lawsuits, the company followed up with a cryptic press release about the matter in the days following the conference. Although no one at the company can go on record publicly for the same reasons we mentioned, we have confirmed to the best of our abilities and based on candid interviews with multiple sources, that Positron has partnered with Covidien (NYSE:COV). In addition, our sources tell us that they are also in the process of aligning with other big board companies for some very important strategic partnerships on the pharmaceutical side of the business. Furthermore, it's worth considering that any one of these strategic partners may choose to take a position in or even outright buy the company; especially once the new network of automated imaging drug dispensing machines is set up.
BMR was told that at one point, one of Positron's newest allies had apparently gone so far as to "threaten them" before deciding that joining forces might be a better way to respond to their innovative nuclear medicine's dispensing and distribution technology. The bonding experience with that company is still shaky, but much more friendly now according to those familiar with the situation and it definitely played into why the company decided against the public revelations.
INDIANAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Positron Corporation (OTCBB:POSC) (the “Company”) a molecular imaging solutions company focused on Nuclear Cardiology, states that over the first 4 months of 2010 that it has seen tremendous interest in its Attrius™ dedicated cardiac PET scanner. The Attrius™ was introduced in the 4th quarter of 2009 and has been met with critical acclaim throughout the molecular imaging industry.
Patrick G. Rooney, Positron Corporation’s CEO states, “The Nuclear Cardiology industry is experiencing a shift from SPECT to PET as a result of molly shortages combined with changes in reimbursement. Positron is in an ideal position to capitalize on this shift more so than any other imaging company. The Attrius™ is a state of the art, Frost & Sullivan New Product Innovation Award winning, device that was designed to be optimized for Cardiac imaging allowing physicians an easy transition to PET. Our pipeline for PET systems has had significant increases each month since we launched the Attrius™ late last year. Our current pipeline has over 55 potential and/or pending sales with the second half on the year still too follow. We have done a very good job of positioning Positron to meet this new demand. Based on the current interest we believe we will meet or exceed our projected system sales moving forward. Positron’s objective is to be the leader in cardiac PET solutions. We believe we will continue to see substantial growth from both devices and radiopharmaceuticals."
About Positron: Positron founded in 1983, is a molecular imaging company focused on Nuclear Cardiology. Positron utilizes its proprietary product line to provide unique solutions to the Nuclear Medicine community ranging from imaging systems to radiopharmaceutical distribution. Positron products include: the Attrius™, a PET imaging device; the Pulse®, a SPECT imaging device; the Nuclear Pharm-Assist®, an automated radiopharmaceutical distribution device; and the Tech-Assist™, a radiopharmaceutical injection shield. Positron is headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana. More information about Positron is available at www.positron.com.
|Positron Sees Tenfold Increase in Quote Proposals|
|Written by Staff and Wire Reports|
|Saturday, 22 May 2010 11:22|
Shares of Positron Corporation (OTCBB:POSC), the molecular imaging solutions company focused on Nuclear Cardiology, rose nearly 16% after they stated that over the first 4 months of 2010 that it has seen tremendous interest in their Attrius™ dedicated cardiac PET scanner. The Attrius™ was introduced in the 4th quarter of 2009 and has been met with critical acclaim throughout the molecular imaging industry.
Patrick G. Rooney, Positron Corporation’s CEO states, “The Nuclear Cardiology industry is experiencing a shift from SPECT to PET as a result of molly shortages combined with changes in reimbursement. Positron is in an ideal position to capitalize on this shift more so than any other imaging company. The Attrius™ is a state of the art, Frost & Sullivan New Product Innovation Award winning, device that was designed to be optimized for Cardiac imaging allowing physicians an easy transition to PET. Our pipeline for PET systems has had significant increases each month since we launched the Attrius™ late last year.
Our current pipeline has over 55 potential and/or pending sales with the second half on the year still too follow. We have done a very good job of positioning Positron to meet this new demand. Based on the current interest we believe we will meet or exceed our projected system sales moving forward. Positron’s objective is to be the leader in cardiac PET solutions. We believe we will continue to see substantial growth from both devices and radiopharmaceuticals."
|Positron seeing substantial accumulation. May pierce resistance levels.|
|Written by M.E.Garza|
|Thursday, 17 June 2010 14:32|
Positron Corporation (OTCBB:POSC), a leader in molecular imaging and solutions specializing in the field of Nuclear Cardiology has just released a report over the news wires highlighting some of the company's key points and developments.
The stock has been seeing quite a bit of accumulation since shares broke the $.10 support level a few days ago and Thursday, shares closed up 11.6% at $.125. We believe the stock will climb higher pending announcements and long awaited official revelation of a key relationship or two with big-cap firms in the biotech imaging space. Those relationships and developments, as they are announced, may signal what investors have been waiting for: the validation and start of next level of commercialization and deployment activities surrounding the company's Molecular Imaging Devices and Radiopharmaceutical Products.
Here is a marked up technical analysis chart of the company:
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For the quarterly period ended
JUNE 30, 2010
The numbers of shares outstanding of each of the issuer's classes of common equity, as of August 23, 2010, are as follows: 773,452,547
Common Stock: $0.01 par value; 800,000,000 shares authorized
Customer deposits represent amounts paid to the Company by customers for devices in advance of manufacturing completion and/or shipment of the device to the customer. Deposit amounts may vary depending on the contract. Included in customer deposits at June 30, 2010 were deposits of approximately $669,000 from a customer that had placed an order for five Nuclear Pharm-Assist™ systems. As of the date of this report, there can be no assurance that this customer will fulfill its order for these devices. Accordingly, deposits related to this customer have been reclassified from unearned revenue to customer deposits. Also included in customer deposits at June 30, 2010, are $390,000 of deposits for sales of two Attrius™ Cardiac PET systems. At June 30, 2010, the Company paid $1,149,000 in deposits for six Attrius machines for which the Company has six pending sales contracts as of August 23, 2010.
On August 18, 2010, the Company announced a strategic alliance with Covidien a large global healthcare company for product development of its proprietary dose dispensing devise. The Company will act as an independent contractor to design and develop a new version of its proprietary automated dose dispensing equipment specifically designed for use exclusively with Covidien radiopharmaceutical products.
Cash and cash equivalents at June 30, 2010 were $3,411,000 compared to $165,000 at December 31, 2009. The increase in cash is due in large part to significant equity investments made during the six months ended June 30, 2010 and deposits received for Attrius systems not yet shipped.
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