So you bought it at over $10 and you are only down 30%? Congratulations, that is outstanding for you. How many of these scams have you ridden to 0? Of, you are the pump and dump crook, so you are the rip off artist, not the victim. Please stop posting your silly nonsense, #$%$ artist.
It's been a publicly traded company since 2004. Unfortunately for you and your bank account which has suffered losses on ONP both on the way down and the way up, you are unaware that you can be a publicly "traded" company in any number of ways including "trading" over the counter or "trading" on a listed exchange.
I was a lucky fool last year and made 130% on NEP. That doesn't make it legitimate. What happens with these pump and dump schemes is right there in the title. They first get pumped and often go up outrageous amounts, often through stock manipulation. In fact, huge rises without any good reasons are a sign of pump scams. Then they come crashing down.
If you are what you claim you are, you should not be in stock market at all because you are too emotional. First of all, you have to learn how to evaluate a stock. When a stock goes up too fast, it will come back down. If you lose money by buying into a over-valued stock, you should blame yourself, not the company and verse versus. You talk like a two years. It is amazing.
I don't know a lot about NEP but given its price history, it's not close to a pump and dump. Since 2005, it's up over 40%, in fact the only time it moved fast in one direction was when the shorts attacked it, and it recovered about as quickly. It has a long history of price appreciation.