It's only paper! Don't sell and there's no loss. [I like it - why am I drinking at noon - I should listen to this guy!]
CEO sucking up all the profits with his pay package. The company is silent on providing any developments. Maybe we'll be lucky and someone will swoop in and take the company out.
Why do some on this board suggest that it is "shorts" driving down the share price? I see it is declining oil prices causing losses for the foreseeable future. Also no insider support to buy any shares on the open market.
Retail investors are the only ones who have lost out. No reason to investigate.
RBC's target price is $9 too high.