Institutional shareholders have to be livid, watching the market set new high after new high, and have moved sharply higher now for 4 years. I think you have to look for a near complete institutional re-shuffling of holdings and several hundred thousand more shares get dumped before this is over. The stock is tainted by its enduring lack of progress for nearly a decade, and the company will mostly likely have to be sold for any benefit to accrue for shareholders. That is a bad bet w/the family still so entrenched in their compensated positions. The one hope is that the new CEO is not a family member and owns a fair amount of shares, so his interest is at least somewhat aligned w/shareholders.