Since I want very much to BUY more of this great company, I am very happy to see the illiquidity and the random price drops. You can make quite a bit on these opportunities. I once traded GLYT 13 times in row buying on the random dips and then selling when prices went back to rational levels when larger buyers came in. (that was back when GLYT was an illiquid stock).
I am not in a bad part of New Orleans, I am a millionaire a LONG term holder and I have no need for daily liquidity. Thin is beautiful in my book.
I seek out illiquidity on purpose as a major strategy for finding bargains. True in the very long term I expect that these bargains will become recognized, analysts and institutions will come in etc. But that is often when I reduce my position or get out entirely.