I hope so...$15s...you see because if you trade, you lose. If you buy all at once, you lose. Buy on significant (greater than 10%) pullbacks to start and add to positions until you reach your target positions. Never buy a company whose fundamentals are going up single digits unless you're conservative in outlook, companies whos fundamentals are stagnating or companies whose earnings are going down. SSNI has rapidly increasing fundamentals.
so, if it moves to $15, we buy more to realize the things talked about objectively here:
Be sure to read the whole thing: page 4 has Q&A with the larges firms in the world asking the questions.
Re-entry based on the chart, which is not guarantee, but a possibility based on support is low$16s. I'm assuming not much more downside from insiders since there's no reason for them to sell low when they can sell higher from upcoming earnings and rapidly increasing earnings/fundamentals.