The amount of 100 share trades (MM swaps) are ridiculous. MMs doing their job taking out weak hands. Any newbies to this stock must understand this is the norm for DNDN.
Look at volume spikes at the bottom of the take down. Someone is collecting shares for their client.
Don't be fooled into giving yours up.
Congrats to those who bought shares during this take down. AS other posters have mentioned they usually do this before some good news. As you can see there is only a small window to get in, these opportunities are brief.
For newbies who got stopped out, lesson learned for next time.
Good luck to all holding DNDN!
From a person who has personally held through the April 2009 take down. This quite frankly does not faze me. Made a lot on this thing and looking to make more.
I know how scary this can be for new holders but no company goes straight up. But the trend in DNDN is up long term, good to hold a chunk in my portfolio. Doesn't mean I won't trade a few shares here and there.
The CMS thing is pure BS, I would love to see who really requested this review.
Some folks might be thinking how the hell can they keep doing this. It's called naked shorting folks. DNDN trades on the Nasdaq, there is an exception for MMs to naked short courtesy of the criminal Bernie Madoff.
They claim this right in the name of liquidity but it is more of a weapon for shorts or conglomerates who wish to get in on a successful company later in the game when there is still huge upside.