Our "friendly" shareholder, CVI, has the following trading habits: <br /> i) It thrives on stock volatility. The run up the equity 4-6% on a given day to then take it down about the same percentage points the very next day. The trading cycle can be as long as a single day, or few days. There's no real pattern, and it's done to confuse and frustrate retail who is trying to trade around a core position. However, the moving average (5-10 days) remains pretty much flat. Thousands and thousands of shares traded, CVI pockets the trading profits and likely reduces its position in doing so. <br /> ii) They tend to create synthetic positions using a reverse conversion. This enhances volatility even more, and thus they pocket more profits. <br /> iii) HFT trading is going to be on a full gear. Now, Iggy, we are talking about money-pullation. <br /> Congrats to all for ending up in this mess!