Yes, thank you, Homer, for a regurgitation of the past.
As we all should know, stocks trade on the futures of companies. Since Velti has made massive changes to it's structure, it has changed it's future to grow revenues and make profits again. The CEO will no longer be thinking with sympathy for Greece and trying to help his homeland. They have no more business being conducted there and will only focus on and maintain business in profitable regions.
Homer, your efforts are futile here and you yourself said "this stock isn't worth shorting". So stop acting like a "great big short" and move on to another victim stock you can terrorize!!!
You know when earnings come out your short little world comes crashing down around you. The progress will be obvious come November!