Recently, in a discussion on investments, a friend told me his method of evaluating whether to keep an equity in his portfolio or not. It was a straightforward test: would you buy this equity today, or not? If not, then you should sell it today. His standard was "if it isn't worth buying, it's not worth keeping".
By that test, I should have been out of this dog of a stock long ago. But I, like many others, suffer from the inability to let go of sunk costs and move on. I have decided to get out of GraphOn by the end of this calendar year. I see no evidence that the company is changing its organizational behavior in a direction that will change how the market perceives it. Looks like more of the same, out to the indefinite future. This will mean no significant increase in share price for the indefinite future. Time to go.