Daily volume is 3.5 times 3 month average and the SP has only nudged 4-5 cents. Either someone is using the recent PR to unload some shares or % of shares shorted is up significantly. Problem with the short numbers is that for traders and hedge funds in penny land they know that the SEC doesn't enforce the FTD's. IN effect the SEC is granting them a right to manufacture counterfeit shares to artificially depress the SP without ever having to worry about covering the short. If you haven't already done so - please advise your broker to "lock" up your shares so that they cannot be loaned out for shorting. At the very least it may drive up the FTD's to an amount that grabs some attention.
For clarification, shares of NNLX are non marginable securities therefore cannot be "lent out" under normal circumstances. However, if you have a margin account and currently have a margin balance in that account then the shares could be "hypothecated" or "lent out".
So if you don't want shorty using your shares don't use margin. It's ok to have the shares in a margin account just keep a positive balance and the shares are in essence "locked up"
If you do have a debit balance in your margin account, that debit amount can be hypothecated by 140%. In other words, if you have a -$10,000 margin balance the shorts can "borrow" up to $14,000 worth of shares in your account. :-0 These guys make their own rules!!!