Thanks for the edification. You can educate people without insulting them, though. As this is a public message board, I would imagine there are investors of all levels of knowledge. I would further guess that there are more novices and trolls here than true professional investors. I don't see why knowledge can't be shared in a more respectful manner.
Even though it is only a small percentage of their overall shares, I don't think they would have sold any if they thought the share price would be going up anytime soon. Anyway, thanks for your civil reply.
Was she also then "indecisive" and did she "speak too soon" the previous quarter when she said the $1.77 dividend was safe through 2016? If she is so indecisive, then should she really be the CEO. If she outright lied two quarters in a row, then she simply is a commonplace CEO who has lost credibility with many investors. I'd like to still give her the benefit of the doubt, however, and assume that she was neither indecisive, nor did she lie. Perhaps the truth lies somewhere in between. Whatever the case, she needs to get the Navios ship on a better bearing soon, or everyone involved will go down with it when it sinks.