Whoever bought that 4.3 million share block in June (Russell Rebalancing Date) is starting to take a loss. The block was purchased for technical trading reasons and probably has nothing to do with the Company itself. The June trader is doling it out every day piecemeal, Chinese water torture. Eventually, the selling will exhaust itself. It could be by the end of the month/Quarter or by the end of the year. One can hate the stock and still make money on the long side if you feel (as I do) that there's a disconnect between the share price and the intrinsic value of the Company (even in liquidation). Historically, the stock has often sold below Net Asset Value. However, this is the first time we've seen such a deep discount to NAV (25%) and for such a sustained period of time (1 1/2 years). Perhaps it's time that management wakes up and pays less attention to their own compensation incentives and more attention to improving shareholder perception of TINY. There's thousands of stocks out there to choose from and they have to sell investors on the merits of owning TINY.