Did the comfort you derived from blaming an easy target do much to compensate for the destruction of the substantial increase in the value of your investment you would have seen were it not for a second dubious share offering in nine months at a bargain-basement price?
And how long will the share price have to stay at this level before you finally summon up the nerve to blame somebody other than me?
Sound like the penny has finally dropped. Here's something I posted about a week back which might be of help -
I suspect the enormity of the crime hasn't yet dawned upon the majority of the Longs.
Instead of a single share offering around the end of this year for about $30, which would have enabled the institutions to buy about six million shares, we've instead allowed them to buy thirteen million shares - probably leaving so little unsatisfied demand that it's difficult to envisage where new demand will come from on a scale to outweigh the supply from investors looking to bank a swift 20% profit on their sub-$10 shares.
Reasons to buy are academic in the absence of buyers.
You've answered your own question: "Reasons to buy are academic in the absence of buyers". Would the insties buy 6M shares for $30? The upside in given timeframe in light or risk just wouldn't be there. Why can't you get it?