I would say $40 is possible just because the number of short sellers covering, but I doubt $50. You can believe my other thread or not, I was merely giving a bit of an insider's opinion. Everything I have read from QCOR management is pretty shady to me and full of half-truths. I actually lost a bunch after the major sell-off, just more risk than I could handle, and don't want someone else to make my mistake. If you can handle risk, in the short term, its possible it could go up into the $40 range and you could make a good chunk of change, just no way I am doing it.
Long-term, I think you would have to be crazy to invest in this. Check out HLF after David Einhorn caught hold of it. It regained some, but hasn't been able to stay above $50 very long since May. Lesson I learned? The company can blow earnings out of the water, but if investors are spooked, its not going anywhere for a long time.
It is possible but not likely in the next 6-12 months----I would think a more realistic objective would be $40 or so in that time period. Many on this board think this will be back on the move as if nothing has happened & take management's observation that this will be no more than a 5% hit to EPS. I would say that based on reimbursement questions----real or potential----that have come about will keep professional investors in an overall cautious mod as far a valuation on the stock. Some will argue that nothing has really changed but you don't often see institutional panic where 64,000,000 shares are traded or 100,000,000+ in two days are traded without some sort of sea change occurring. History has shown when companies go through a major occurence like this that management has to spend a significant time on the road retelling their story & why it's still a attractive investment---that is major drain for any company.