My current strategy is selling 20% when the price goes over $1.00, and thus reclaim my initial investment and pay short term taxes. This will also make my risk adverse wife happy. If Apple uses LiquidMetal in new products, I would expect a spike in LQMT stock prices. Would it go to $1.00? Who knows. In 2010, it spiked over $1.60 on news of Apple paying $20 million to LQMT. I would retain the other 80% for medium/long term, depending on how the company does. My strategy is subject to change at any time- LOL.