Hey Sandy, I was reading some posts on the Java Holdings (JVA) board. The stock has had a nice run, and everybody keeps saying "potential short squeeze". Aparently, due to the date of Options Experation, the date of their next earnings announcement, this constant run-up, and the small float, this could continue to run up with momentum via a short squeeze. Honestly, I am more of a long-term and fundamentals focused person myself, so those guys on that message board seemed to know more about squeezes and technical swings based on options activity than I do.
Speaking of fundamentals, a commenter on their board also said, "Carabou Coffee (CBOU) just got bought out for $360mm with sales of $340mm. That is a Price/Sales ratio of 1.05. JVA currently trades at a price-to-sales ratio of .30. If JVA received a similar P/S valuation of 1, the company would be worth around $140mm, or $23 per share.
This is just something I noticed that I thought I'd send along to you. DYODD, of course.