Kyungsky, It will go higher than that when the shorts buy in. The shorts have been shorting DSCO for as long as DSCO has existed. I have been in DSCO for 5 years. Brokers create swaps in order to not have to cover short positions according to the 3 day market deadlines, plus retail shorts churn. DSCO is a old short, and the short squeeze will be huge. I would say the price will go up high in the mid teens or so. 40% of the float is owned by 64 different institutions, and recently after FDA approval mid November a institution or hedge fund buy close to 20 million shares as the shorts were selling into the bid frantically to try to stop the price from going up. The shorts owe millions of shares to buy in, and DSCO is a low float stock. DSCO will move up quick when it does squeeze off.