You are absolutely wrong. The auditor issue is one thing, the FACT that people sell stock that have lost them money is ENTIRELY different. There ABSOLUTELY are people selling DYP to harvest losses so they can offset ones they had gains on. With the big decline DYP has had this year, plenty of selling is due to tax loss issues.
Many people who sold out to get the tax losses will be buying back in 30 days or first thing next year.
My point is by Jan, the tax loss selling is OVER, and probably we have an auditor appointed by then also.
Trust me, DYP will be substantially higher than $2.75 in the first to weeks of Jan.
Forget the tax loss senerio... logic tells me if someone thought the catalyst is close they wouldn't be selling now because they'd need to be out of it for at least 30 days before buying back and would miss the so called "burst"