I would like to believe that the lower price means the trust can move their shares more easily, but didn't the price get low because they have been trying to sell more shares than the buyers can raise the cash to buy? Dropping off margin would certainly explain why selling intensified, but unfortunately it also means a lot of people who are enthusiastice Ramtron holders have lost a lot of their cash. I would classify anyone willing to go on margin to buy RMTR as an "enthusiastic" Ramtron investor.
OVERHANG is a long irrelevant, but I should think that the combination of the overhang and forced selling to cover shorts would be a tremendous short term buying opportunity. Even if the company never blossoms it appears an uncommon opportunity for the contrarians as djduncan suggested.