even though once in a while a member will panic and cover.
Don't let anyone kid you into thinking it isn't. That doesn't mean they are winning any war as they are also overloaded in this stock and have allowed it to recover from a number like $18 to where it is today.
Make no mistake about it the fight goes on and were going to have to live with this until they are gone.
Fwiw, seeing the market up over 210 points and us flat is as sickening as it gets knowing that on bad days their ability to control the stock is even better.
There are three things the company can do to put a stop to this and they are keep us informed of all good news. Second they must keep buying in stock and third they have to go out and do many more presentations and or go directly to the institutions and make their presentations.
They can't sit back and do nothing like might be going on right now.
Basic intraday EMA ping pong. Big buyers want to buy cheap. Shorts either working for them to get price down here or taking advantage of that.
Occasionally one of them will short 10 to 40k to ensure a breakout up signal isn't sent but other than that... yea, they don't impress me. Too easy to trade the EMAs.
Only surprise in last 7 days, was that the first 2 were a bit indecisive on whether to go up or down. Volume was checked both ways a few times before it was realized it could be walked down. Every bounce up... right to the EMA above.
Note the drop in the most recent released information. However every time one group covers a few million shares it releases firepower for another larger group to fight back so while we saw that nice drop in the short position I'm not willing to believe that it still exists just one week later.