Agreed, but greed kills. Already pretty loaded. Maybe another 1000 shares tomorrow. We'll see. I wish I could figure out Kovner's strategy. Between his trust, personal holdings, and Caxton he is in heavy, and not the kind of investor you disregard. But, if he made huge money on the downside, his positions are largely covered at this point. Given he has sold nothing though, tells me he is very confident about the future prospects. It is his conviction that gives me more faith in snta than some of the other biotech's in the space. A guy works really hard to accumulate some wealth and though I feel very confident, risking much more at this point doesn't seem prudent. Think I'd rather pay more on good news and concrete results.