Let's just suppose that at $18 million BIOL makes close to nothing, and let's just suppose the projections for dramatic sales increases are not as stellar as the drama some of the dreamers here exhibit.
What happens then? Is there as mad a rush for the exit as there has been for the entrance?
I will invest when I see profits and rapid and sustainable sales growth.
What if a meteor lands on your head? It has about as much merit. But I'd have to see the details of such a situation to determine the propper invesment strategy in the moment. Why are you waiting for a speculative stock to behave like a value stock? It's a paradox, once the growth stock starts being a value stock, it's no longer a growth stock. You want to position yourself ahead of the market on a play like this. If you want that kind of data, you need to be looking at another class of investments. My advice is the same as the other day when you asked the same question, I think I said look at a Pepsi, or a Colgate. Perhaps your motives are more sinister, since aqcuiring knowledge isn't the goal?