Many posters on the board focus on the pps instead of the company's market cap, which is rich by any measure. As a result, they confuse a low pps with being "cheap," just as many people confuse sub-$5 stocks as "cheap" compared to a $150 stock, mostly because buying more shares gives them the (spurious) impression that they can reap a bigger gain ("Just think if all my shares go up $2!"). The best time to buy APDN was when it was .05-.07 and the DLA contract was still hanging fire. If you get in now, you're late to the party - unless you're willing to see the pps go down some more but then resurge if they can secure additional major contracts down the line. I picked up a few more shares at this level, not because I think the stock is cheap, but rather I'm willing to risk a FEW dollars on the possibility that over the next two years APDN can grow into its rather large britches. If it continues to drop to the .08-.09 handles I'd consider acquiring some more. GL!