Guys, you might be kidding yourselves. It's very unlikely that someone dumped this amount of shares just because. Information needs to surface soon. It's not necessarily a case of illegal inside information; big money may follow all HTGC's dealings closely and something happened somewhere. I would be surprised if a v-recovery will follow such a deep move. A testing of the 200 m.a. is more likely, but we shall see the news, hopefully nothing too bad long term.
Does anybody know what the Chinese equivalent of the SEC is and what is their website? (Do not post an exact html link as yahoo automatically blocks such messages) We might not have much recourse against the company but, as a last resort, we may all try to write to their SEC. They'e sure bureaucratic and all that, and probably careless for the US, but there's one chord you can strike: honor.
Again, this as a last resort. Hopefully they have some contact form on their website. Let's tell them how FUQI screwed up their unsuspecting shareholders. Let's asked them if they're okay with the slime ball image FUQI is projecting for their country. Let's ask them if they believe in honesty and in the return of stolen money.