re insider ownership - we have discussed this before. the sec filings show that majority of the ownership is NOT concentrated in the hands of a few. yes, retail owns more than insiders. i am now convinced that you have no evidence of illegal stock trading that would withstand SEC scrutiny.
Mills and Stammer are unresponsive to investors and are driving the STXS racecar at only 10 mph when it is capable of sooo much more in terms of revenues and profits. However, I am not convinced they are engaged in illegal insider stock trading. Re. your question, they are legally obligated to report all buys and sells (short sale is still a sell) to the SEC. An example is Middleton who reports both his personal and Sanderling hedge fund transactions. If you have proof of illegal insider trading, please report it directly to the enforcement division of the SEC. If your information leads to an enforcement action, you may be eligible for a whistleblower award. From SEC site "Whistleblower awards can range from 10 percent to 30 percent of the money collected when the monetary sanctions exceed $1 million". The latest whistleblower award was $700k
i'm sometimes the large bid. before open the bid was 0.38. i put large bid at 0.383 only to see it topped by 0.39 bid. i'm hoping theres another blip down to the mid 30s - possibly on Q4 results.
TFOA makes a valid point. i dont understand your opposition.
kudos on your predictions and entertaining postings. would you buy if it goes low enough and if so at what price? sooner or later doesnt it bounce in a major way given its preciptious fall?
glad i got a laugh - its healthy. russell 2000 is down about 20% (1 yr performance) while JSDA is up about 25% from year ago.
my experience with CEOs is that those who are investor friendly are also customer friendly - its a personal trait (as opposed to being aloof). i give him C on managing costs (they increased in 2015), D on growing revenues. company has some A talent at lower levels - they should be running the company
agree. this should be selling for 5X current price. this can be achieved by putting sales on rapid growth trajectory producing profits. CEO is too much of a rocket scientist and not enough hands on - especially with clients, his own sales staff and investment community.
repeated postings may (or may not) have impact on entities doing DD which is why I'd like to keep focus on company and its superior products. with the right focus, sales can skyrocket and so can its valuation.
no need to keep repeating this. if you have hard evidence, then present it to SEC. otherwise persistent negative posting about Mills puts you in same boat as you accuse him of doing - keeping the SP down. STXS strong.
but currency trading is form of commodity trading. many firms hold customer personally responsible for negative balances - ie if account is negative they go after individual's wealth.
the currency trader is typically more sophisticated and much wealthier than the average retail stock investor.