Investors in SCLN fall for it every cycle. It's always RINSE and REPEAT. We are on the REPEAT cycle now, stock will go to $7 a share, then an analyst hit-piece, probably by Seeking Alpha, will be written, driving the stock back down to $4. How many times does this have to happen before you catch on? Are you new to SCLN, or do you think it's different this time?
It's only my speculation, but I wouldn't be surprised if SCLN was bought out by Lee's Pharma. Looking at Lee's share price data (on the Hang Sang) they have a PE of 21.17 and a Price/Sales ratio of 4.6 to 1. Since SCLN's PE is less than half of Lee's and its Price/Sales ratio is less than 2 to 1, it would be a no-brainer assuming they don't have a lot of marketing overlap. Remember that GL Trade Investment, the private equity fund that just bought 3.3 million shares of SCLN in November is one of the largest shareholders in Lee's Pharma.