My feeling is that after you reduce the shares held by company insiders and the big boys (especially the big boys that bought in at 30/75/sh for a $100 million) ... you are left with a relatively small float that is 30% shorted.
In other words, the available float is being controlled the the retail day traders.... which is yuck. We need institutions to buy in to this company. Given the volitality of the stock price... it would take some brave institutions to get in at this point.
But I'm very comfortable holding this stock for the long term. That's why it's my number one stock holding.