The same insider/institution/fund crooks who owned the stock two months ago own the stock today.
Breakdown (%of float)
% of Shares Held by All Insider and 5% Owners: 13%
% of Shares Held by Institutional & Mutual Fund Owners: 102%
% of Float Held by Institutional & Mutual Fund Owners: 117%
Word of advice for those who consider a short position, suggest you have enough in reserve to weather a 30 point move in the wrong direction. The short interest is the sole focus of those who've colluded to jack the price beyond reason, so long as their working agreement not to dump on one another remains intact they'll continue to move the price at will when short interest accumulates sufficient to spring the trap.
Long term short sellers who're able to avoid getting trapped will make out, as the stock is li'l more than hype, a tool used to loot short sellers. Short term they can do most anything (and have), long term reality will dispel their gross exaggerations.
Nobody else on this board is short. That is the part that you don't seem to get. You are out there all by yourself. There is nobody listening to your ranting. You are just a lunatic out there that annoys other people. Nobody cares about you, your losses, or your opinion.