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Celsion Corp. Message Board

  • canstic1 canstic1 Jan 30, 2013 9:17 PM Flag

    Above $20 there will be 28 million call options NAKED. I see no way for this to be covered unti......

    In all seriousness, if the stock has good news and makes it above $20 a share there will be an insane short squeeze the likes of which will be written about on the front page of the Wall Street Journal and every major business publication.

    Look at the open interest in the options. ALL of them, puts calls everything.

    ABOVE $20 a share, there will be 28 million shares worth of call options in the money, and there are also about 7 million shares sold short, according to the last NASDAQ report.

    There are only 35 million shares outstanding in Celsion.

    35 million shares, THAT"S ALL.

    There will be no possible way to cover this short position until LONG positions decide to sell. NO WAY OUT.

    In all seriousness, this is very very LIKELY, not just possible.

    It has happened before, when Porshe cornered the market on Volkwagon stock through options. The squeeze was historic, making newspapers all around the world, as Porshe drove (pun intended) the price of Volkswagon stock for two days, to hieghts that made it the most expensive company in the world.

    Google 'Porshe Volkswago short squeeze' and read the New York Times article.


    If we see very good data release, I won't sell a single share tomorrow. I will watch the shorts beg for shares up to $50 a share.


    P.S. Do you really think a company about to realease bad data, would schedule a conference call at *am on a Thursday morning, have Dr. Ronnie Poon calling in from Hong Kong, have analysts on the call, and put out the call PR the day before, which, by the way, if you read it carefully, outlines all the details of HCC, Thermodox, what the potential market is, etc. IF it was reporting BAD DATA?

    Get serious! Bad data would have been put out in a press release at 4 pm on Friday, just one day later. No conference call required. Everyone goes home and drowns their sorrows.

    IMO, we will NOT see bad data tomorrow. The only question that remains, "How GOOD is it?" Is it just GOOD, or is it GREAT!

    Cheers all!

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