I am really unhappy with the dilution, but I guess they didn't want to cut things too close and risk bankruptcy. I certainly believe SQNS has turned the corner and will grow from here. I wish I didn't have to share the spoils with an entirely new set of shareholders, but I guess I'll have to deal with it.
I generally agree, but if SQNS delivers sequential growth for several quarters as the CEO projected, this thing will keep going up for a while. The only reason I didn't invest more earlier and I'm not buying more now is because I had already bought all that I could.
Somebody definitely knows something positive about SQNS. The only question is who the somebody is, and how positive the something is. :) I have a truckload of shares at an average of $1.80, and I'm planning to sit tight for a year and watch the show.