Boyth Blackrock and JPM are showing less shares then their pevious 13G. In other words, they have been net sellers reducing their positions. The hard question you have to ask is how this company will ever create shareholder value with 250 million shares outstanding. Just think how much profit they will have to make in order to move the earnings needle. And when doing your math don't forget the earnings that first are distributed to the preferred holders.
Gold may be the play from now on. But not this one,