Whether you call them shorts, traders or otherwise they all create the same result. The are normally in a stock for a quick buck and sell at the first sign of a problem.My advice is to use these times as opportunities to buy. It is discouraging, as there have been a boat load of waiting for PSDV to breakout of these chains. There are always plenty of unseen problems that can derail a co. but PSDV has more credible potential and I mean huge potential than any co. I know of at this time.So, Mick you are right in my book, the whatevers are causing dop in sp. For what it's worth.
Tom, I really wish I knew. I think Virgil has good points too. If the market cap were at higher levels then more brokers would start to take notice. My accounts won't even cover PSDV due to the fact that it's below $3. I'm insulted by the fact that it isn't even more than that, yet longs must still be patient. You're right though, talk about huge potential. Regardless, people do trade this company rather freely. I'm still very much in the camp of the Feb, 22nd traders. Someone sucked up 2.6 million shares, which is to say the least, a remarkable event for PSDV trading. We shall overcome.
Mick, Traders have have a right to do whatever they desire with their stock, however this situation has gone on for so long it's frustrating for us longs. I feel that Virgil is a smart guy, my opinions are no reflection on him. In fact, I asked him to elaborate on what he thinks about ALIK's 10k but he has not responded yet. I posted my opinion on that matter, I guess you could say that I am a little (outspoken). PS my keyboard is skipping some letters on occasion,that explains the errors in the text.