I've been at this a long time, sell half your position at a 18-20% profit. Let the rest ride and look for another 20% from that point, sell half. With the first profit, look to get back in at a lower cost; be patient, there will most likely be an opportunity.
One of the advantages of Afrezena is that it is out of your system quite rapidly. Insulin will not "coat" your lungs. it is absorbed.
Did you see that Gerst Capital has ONE employee and 10 customers ? Obviously promoting a short position , so take his remarks with that in mind.
Yes "gaps" are eventually filled. But, don't get crazy over the term gap in this case. Presuming an opening at $7.04 , tis would hardly be much of a gap to be filled. I would be happy with the fact that a recent high of $6.67 or so has been broken and the next resistance is $7.50.
$6.85 is a previous top. Now, that top could be broken or act as resistance. One would trade on what happens NEXT . There undoubtably will be those who will sell at this level anticipating resistance to a break out.
A break out at this point would be BULLISH, not the time to sell , but to accumulate more as a momentum play.