PEPSI is asking questions. $150 per share is a valid reasonable option.
The after market jump was due to some inquiries came from PEPSI. this is a real threat on the soda drinks and they want to take control of this new concept.
Soda is gaining market share.
The war in Israel has no effect since produciton and main markets are abroad. Only the company registration is in Israel. Any weakness should be a great opportunity for buying.
Doubt that they are any talks going on with Pepsi and not sure exactly how many shares were traded, but this definitely wasn't just some trade that was late to post because the high of the day was 34.25 so I don't think that some small trade that was 26 cents above that just never posted. Furthermore, the stock hasn't traded yet in pre-market but the ask is 34.89 and only 100 shares available there.
You are being waaay too gentle. This guy's only platform is over an empty pool. Must have taken the leap and hit his head. BTW, there are easy ways of finding out after- and premarket price and volume without a fancy platform. Do a little detective work.
You are as bad as the bashers. The jump after hours was for all of 414 shares which you can easily verify for yourself--if you had minimum intelligence. Not exactly the stuff of impending buyout or partnerships by Pepsi..