Hmm. Director Anderson exercised options on 31,400 shares last week at prices from $0.80 to $1.42. The earliest expiration date on these was 10/27/2104. No sales yet. Trying not to get overly optimistic on this weeks report.
And the dilemma we face is do we want to be out when the cc really says something good or do we want to risk being in when the cc is the same as many in the past? Would I sell some if it was up 50 cents tomorrow on no news? I really don't know. A good cc gets it to five immediately and then how they execute will determine how far it will go and how fast. A good one this week and a good one in three months and the stock could easily be 10. You talked about the possibility of selling some this week. If the stock is ten by year end, there will be plenty of time to get back in at five and do well. If the cc is ordinary but promising so to say, you will probably have a chance to get back in under three, maybe closer to two, and ride it up for a nice gain too. From what you wrote I am in shoes similar to yours with AEHR. My current position size would put me in the greedy class. Would I lighten up tomorrow at 3.50? I don't know. If it was there I may feel there is a bit of a cushion going into the cc. If the cc was ordinary and I am able to get out at three on Friday, I would be satisfied that I gave iit a chance but did not get burned badly.