We have a new player on deck. It looks like the big guns are out now. The article is even displaying the photos of LPH so obviously it has the company's permission on copyrights (IMO). Perhaps a paid schill?
Very good article Kevin! LPH is going to be one of the surviving RTOs especially with management's emphasis towards bringing increased shareholder value. The fact that the $50 million S-3 was recently rescinded shows management's concern for eliminating as much dilution as possible for the shareholder. On top of that, in October, the last of the warrants are set to expire. So whether they are exercised, and deliver 25 million in cash to the company, or expire, there is nothing but upside for this company. The reconciliation, the Haujie acquisition, and the warrant expiration are huge catalysts which will provide blue skies for the stock price to achieve it's rightful, minimum value of $5-$10/share. LPH's time is at hand and the longs should benefit well into the next year.