1. We are still higher than we were a couple months ago.
2. None of the dynamics have changed.
Personally I bought in .60s and when it hit .70 I was content for that to be the holding point until the data was released. Instead we had some crazy days where the stock went up huge on orphan status, followed by a bunch of people jumping in because the falsely assumed that since we were over a dollar that their would be no reverse split.
So now we have retraced to slightly above the point I was comfortable being before news breaks about the trial (good or bad).
I ask you, what has changed... nothing in my opinion which is why I will not sell my shares and why I will buy more if it breaks 4.00 before the real news.
I saw this at YMI before it was bought out, we had some rough days and all of the sudden 100 random new posters came on and started #$%$. I find it odd that we have so many people jumping on today and commenting. I can easily see this as a prelude to good news.
Ybor, this often happens when a stock has no news, especially a bio as volatile as ZLCS. It took less than a week to get ALL of the gains everyone is so sad to have lost. There is no reason yet why that cannot happen again, possibly faster. If results as good all of your blah blah blah will be meaningless.
I think alot of people jumped in and then got blindsided by the RS. Then shorts jumped in because of the RS as they always do. Science hasn't changed and therefore the big money, or losses, are still on the table.
I like the risk/reward ratio, otherwise I wouldn't have bought in at .6x cents.