It is the market that tells you what's happening not a fool who has lost his shirt because of his studpidity.
The current open short Interest is around 328,000 shares. That's down from last month when it was 465,000 shares. Since there are more than 38 million shares outstanding that's barely a significant number. It also tells people even with half a brain that other than one nut job who can't understand what belongs on a Balance Sheet and what rightfully belongs on a P & L statement, there is little belief that the stock is headed for "going out of business street."
You can't put words into other mouths and then claim they said it like the fool continues to do.
It has always been my positon that the stock and the business is a speculative gamble. Nothing more nothing less. It is also my position that the stock does not have any real instituional following and will not have any real upside success until Jones Soda demonstrates that not only are they a viable entity but that they have strong future growth prospects. This will only come about based on their financial reports yet to be released. Un;ess one has the financial abiity to accept the risk they shpuld not be invested here.
Agree - I like the CEO but the lack of investor interest surrounding JSDA is palpable. I would guess that even with a killer earnings report you would have ample time to survey it and get in without missing much.