If you were watching the level 2 action, you would see that over the last 2 weeks, whenever volume is at a standstill there is always a trade at the bid, followed by a round of intense selling, thus driving the bid down. The trade that is references here on this thread revolves around a bid at .65 for 30000 shares. Mills only purchased 27,000 plus shares, and it was sitting there most of the morning, into the afternoon. everyday the price is driven down, a little at a time, giving the illusion of a massive selloff. Volume has been incredibly low, and can be looked at as a continued down trend. At some point we will see a bottom, until then it will drift lower. There has been no bad news, and absolutely no reason for this downturn. The number of shares available between .65 and .91 will be small, and the price will spike the next time there is a rally. Most here realize there is a play in motion, and that this will go higher. Continue to buy shares, and hold. As a day trade, sell first thing in the a.m. sit back and buy around 1 P.M. eastern time just as the trading thins and the seller hits it hard. As far as revenue gains, we will see how the turnaround is doing when Q-3 numbers hit. After that, it will either be sell sell sell, or accumulate as many as you can. This is a gamble right here, but I think J.C. has tilted the table her way, and performance seems to be ruling the game.