XIN's floor is $5 per share. Management won't allow it to fall below $5 for institutional trading purposes. This will be kept higher than $5 through its announced $60 million share buyback. The way I look at it, you have no more than a 23 percent upside (short at $6.40, cover at $5). However going long your upside is much more, especially with a P/E of only 3 and tremendous growth ahead. I will now put you on "Ignore" so I don't have to see your posts.