Wynn dug into activity by those shorting his stock.
"As long as the short players fool around for $1 or $2, that's fine. But ...the exchanges don't enforce the rules of naked shorts. So, I mean, it's unconscionable manipulation of the stock that occurs. They open up every morning, and the high-frequency traders in the shorts have a ball selling shares, and then value buyers step in the afternoon and they cover the shorts. I mean, it's regular casino activity." The company currently has about 14 million shares short, or almost one-quarter of total float.