I am with you.
Come on 10 and I will double down with my small number of overpriced shares.
My planned position in LNCO is actually 60% in BRY (for arbitrage) which has turned out to be safer as BRY price held up better. Worst case if BRY calls off merger, I should be OK for BRY sale to another company.
Right now, I am focused on buying more LNCO at lowest price I can. I hate the shorts. But you have to play the cards you are dealt.
My personal view is it is no good selling LNCO at bottom as I think it will recover most of loss.
My opinion is if it falls to 10, it recovers to 30+ in 6-12 months or sooner even in worst case if SEC inquiry is negative: Linn changes wording in disclosures, pays any fines, reduces distribution.