If this price is such a gift, why aren't any insiders, people who know more than any of us, jumping in to acquire shares? To the contrary, they are, and have been, selling shares for a long period now. Alan Krock, the gatekeeper between the company and it's retail shareholders owns not one share of the company. No board member or executive, save the newly elected president, is acquiring; they are exercising their options and immediately selling. While the share price depreciates or, at best, stagnates, other companies are stepping up to compete. On a positive day for the overall market this stock did nothing. One quarter of the float is short. Tell me again how this is gift? I have lost a fortune on this stock and perhaps am not seeing as clearly as you.
I'm long, very long, and am also suffering and also wonder the same, Motley loves it, Cramer doesn't, a few buy recommendations, sounds like a great company and great product and yes Cramer can be wrong, but his sell recommendation can move a market, which turns my stomach
Insiders have got to sell at some point. This means nothing to me. I remember right before LNKD announced the best earnings everyone made the big deal out of their executives selling stocks etc. Look at Samsung alone. Galaxy SIII is #1 smart phone and Note is getting a lot of attention. This is good news for INVN. Hope that AAPL start using it in it's newer products.