So tired of telling people that does not make a difference, please read your brokers agreement. If you agreed to a margin account and it stated they can lend them out, but does not state a GTC will prevent them from being lent out, then it does not stop them from being lent out.
Most brokers only will not lend on cash accounts and also you telling them not to lend them. Most margin accounts can lend until you actually make the sale.
Keep in mind that also is the formation of a double top, sometimes negative, but I think this will be moving higher after the consolidation plays out.
That seems very high unless there is substantial yearly generated earnings. Yes, the share count is a big factor regarding earnings/share that many seem to ignore. But again guessing price at any time frame is total speculation. I am sure you have seen how some times a stock can trade at PE's over 100, or less than 5 when they are earning profits. A lot depends of current and perceived future success and earnings as well as long term large holders.
Speculation at best, but if they continue to provide positive results, and given the fairly large share count 15 to 20. Trying to predict time and price probably is unrealistic in terms of accuracy, I would guess what I just posted will be off by a factor of 3 in either direction.
I hate to say it, but it does look like it will move a bit lower. I doubt it will go below 2 and if it does, very little and for no time at all.