They should move in tandem. Inorder for LNCO to maintain its momentum LINE must also go up.
When I was exchanging all my LINE stock for LNCO there was almost three dollars a share difference in share price. Right now it's less than a dollar difference. I'm real happy with that strategy. Granted, there should be a difference in share price.
Actually not of course. This is why you traded
Raymond James came out with a Strong Buy on LNCO this morming, with a price target of $47.
One would assume they would also rate LINE @ around $50, but I haven't seen anything yet.