You have no idea what you are looking at when you put up a link to thompsons. If I bought 1000 shares through a participating broker (and participation on the IWatch system is voluntary and fee-based), it would count as an institutional trade.
It is used by brokers and MMs to manipulate market sentiment and get cheerleaders like you to post how strong the institutional support is and "look at all the Superbuy sentiment" on Thompsons.
I have no idea whether or not institutional accumulation is going on. But I can tell you this, if they are buying under $3 on a very thinly traded stock, the big guys are not going to advertise it on a freebie crap service like Thompsons.
Thompson IWatch is utterly useless because it is free. The houses that report to Thompsons pay a fee to what...tell you when they are buying great chunks of a $3 stock??? Come on.
i understand now.. you have long nerx shares ..but you are a swing trader hoping to buy back low on swing shares..this is probable case here now ..swingers knokking cheerleaders becuz they want cheap shares..knock mr cheerleader ..you are an age-old puke/.
I've heard that tune before..usually from those who don't like what they see.. ..by your reasoning we should also see red 'heavy selling' arrows as those with an interest in "manipulating" the price downward report 'institutional selling'.. ..i will e-mail your post to ThomsonFn, however, to see what they have to say..and post their response here.
BTW..you didn't accompany your post with a 'long-term sentiment' disclosure..do you have one?