nyt Friday, 11/10/17 02:26:32 AM Re: None 0 Post # of 53483 There is no importance whatsoever the trades that occurred that day except to those who made them. It is however, very important that it reached 35 cents or so that day & 3 and a half yrs later (after the writer was THEN so sure a sale was imminent, lol), after a pretty steady slide downwards, it's now about 2 cents. THAT has much importance. It is possibly indicative of a death spiral (same as most of these are). It means plenty to those who held long (not the so called longs who have sold enough of their shares to have free shares (which is smart)) and never expected things to go the way they have (especially if they listened to the company hype) and now are deeply undewatering. It means a lot to prospective buyers who, as we see often, come here and see what has happened to the pps vs the company touts and stay away or short. And it's most likely to stay around d this 2 cent range or maybe even go lower. They like to brag about the bargain price but I don't see much buying going on. I mean most of these know it alls have said it would never come close to these lo prices again. I see the same patterns & the same know it all talk in many of these penny stocks. How often does it turn out they are right? In my opinion, about .001 - .0001% of the time. And vplm has already demonstrates that it is firmly entrenched within the "boy who cried wolf syndrome" where even great great news hardly affect the pps at all. Like when it was announced that FINALLY vplm was suing several bug dogs, if I remember right, it affected the price very little if at all. There have been numerous other instances of this as well. The only thing that's gonna do it for vplm is a sale or some licensing. And I don't see that happening for a long time if at all. This is not a negative view. It is a positive view in that I'm pretty positive the above is true.