another reason could be that the Bakers own the company and take it private.Many here are in for years at a much lower cost and the Bakers are in for pennies.Going private at a lower cost is a distinct possibility.
Sure it is possible, as you have been saying for months with no evidence at all. It is also possible that they intend to acquire a majority of the shares and then offer the company to a major pharma without the buyer having to worrry about a contested vote of approval. Says Rose, we havent heard about your great trading for pennies for a while. Short sale bite you in the fannie?