Dream on. This Company is worth the cash it holds and the cash it can generate from its GCSF program (which MAXY is unwilling to put any more of its own money in - not a good sign nor a place from which you can negotiate a good deal for that asset), less its liabilities (likely just a cheap, short-term facility lease and some rich severance packages - look at their change of control plan (triggered when they liquidate) as filed with the SEC (see link below) - 3x annual salary - sweet - at least for those employees). MAXY has already announced it is liquidating so there is no on-going entity value. Thus this company is worth what is can dividend out - about $5 a share. Once it files its annual report and reminds everyone of the above - and reminds everyone that they are just spending money - not adding any value (since they aren't trying to be an ongoing concern) their stock price will drop. I dislike short sellers (and would not do it myself) but this stock will be inundated with shorts in the near term. Good luck if you go long - I hope I am wrong.
"I dislike short sellers (and would not do it myself)"
I'm not being cute in any way by asking this, but would really like to know your thoughts behind this statement. I don't like to 'bet against a company' myself, just profit from short-term corrections after a stock seems to go too high, too quickly imo (such as MAXY). If I were long, I'd sell and wait for a pullback- what's so different about shorting?