The low volume makes it easier to prop up the share price in the near term but it's not very encouraging the for longer term.Traders will lose interest in a thinly traded stock. Value investors were never interested in OPEN. Growth investors have better opportunities, especially in the near and medium term.When low volume and high short interest are among the best reasons to own a stock... you know it's in trouble.Snoz
I thnk the problem is that the owners of the stock have no place to sell it other than to the MM. The MM has to provide liquidity, but does not want to lose money.The MM can raise price or lower price, but has no incentive to lower price to the point where real buyer "might" appear.
so, what is going to happen then these funds piled in last fall only to conduct short squeeze operations