A post by "tigerwoof" is leading you to believe by its title that The Street article by Robert Holmes may be good for DGW. The article never mentions DGW, not once, and if you read the article, there's no way you can interpret anything he says about Chinese small caps as being positive in the near or long-term future.
I don't care if MW is accurate or not. I don't care if DGW is really a good, honest company or not. And I don't care what "special investigation to investigate our investigation" is going on this week. There is a PERCEPTION of fraud and that all it takes to tank a stock. THAT, is what I care about.
Regardless where the stock price goes in the short term without any information from the company other than they have hired Skadden the law firm, who happens to be one of the best. Forbes magazine calls Skadden "Wall Street's most powerful law firm"
Who in their right mind would think DGW would hire Skadden if they were a fraud?
The stock HAS tanked. It is off 90% from its high, with no proof of wrongdoing. Now the question is Is there value here? Many of the other stocks in the article I mentioned were examples of reverse mergers which allowed them to avoid SEC scrutiny. DGW went public with an IPO, a process with much more oversight. Many of the companies in the article appear to be complete frauds, but DGW does not seem to fit this category. So far just its relation to dnyp is its only crime.