Actually, I've held the stock for quite a while, although it's not one of my major investments. I thought the recent volume on the prenatal tests were very impressive. In the context of a 12 million share day, a $4 stock, and a large short position, I can understand a trader jumping on the bandwagon. If he jumps off at the end, that probably does less damage to the share price than selling into the rally. The short term question is, were the MM's shorting into the rally? (A: Yes.) The longer term question is, is there value in the stock? (A: Maybe.)
Benji, I don't ever recall you being this exasperated. I've been here for 4 years and I think we're practically holding same amount of shares. I won't even bother mentioning my fair share of missed opportunities or the fact that I've only gained 60 cents in 4 years, our level of disappointment is probably the same. That being said, why are you still here continuously depressing yourself especially on a green day?