Still a buyer today and not worried at all. You ever try to hold a beach ball under water?
It's very difficult and you can't do it for long. It just wants to float back up and break the surface---it's called buoyancy. Keryx right now is a very buoyant stock with a tremendous amount of internal positive pressure inside keeping it up and that pressure not only is not going to ease up, but it's going to continue to increase as every day passes. There may be some short-term consolidation here, but institutions are buying in here knowing that the bigger payoffs are coming soon. The next move up takes the stock above $9 and holds there until the next step up to over $10. Getting closer every day.