There are numerous small stocks that are dropping on light volume basically because the market has a buyers strike going on now because of what is happening in Washington. We keep accumulating shares at these prices, the shorts will not have control of this stock for much longer.
I don't agree that there is a buyers' strike, but there may be some tax selling and disappointment with the slow launch. Also, there is relative silence from the management with little or no apparent concern for shareholder value ... they need to get out from behind their desks and get the company's story out in the media and in front of the analysts and the institutions.
I noted a form 4 filed today that shows, what looks like, a 25,000 open market purchase by Passeri and also a patent issuance for Debio 0932.
who is "we" that would keep accumulating shares as the stock hits another yearly low? why do you think shorts are in control of the stock when there is a large and patient institutional owner with nearly 40% of outstanding shares? if anyone is in control, its First Eagle.