ATRX has been on my serious watch list since you mentioned it (thanks)
Some observations/concerns- - Atridox was approved by the FDA on Sept 8, and it appears that many bought at much higher than current prices before and after that date, only to have the stock tank out. Could it be that there is a fairly large population of frustrated holders who are going to sell into the recent rise to get out. (ie might there be better buying opportunities over the coming weeks?) - If I understand correctly, the great majority of shorts hold convertible bonds. Since they are shorting to hedge the bonds-will they have any incentive to cover before they are convinced that Atridox is a success and the price can only go up? - Is it possible that most naked shorts have covered already-short information is notoriously out of date and innaccurate, as it is derived by inference after the fact. For sure- the potential market is VAST if Atridox proves to be a success. I just wonder what the best accummulation approach would be given the above. Best Wishes.