Premier is down big time from September too...so is Claude Resources down to 60 cents.
Rubicon isn't the only junior mining who's share price is suffering.
There is no consipiracy to keep Rubicon's price down, no more than there is a consipiracy to keep every other junior miner down, too.
Without real earnings, there is nothing to force the market to buy up a drill results story like Rubicon.
Wait until the mine is finished, (or a major decides to make a move). Until then Rubicon will trade between 3 and $5, as it has since the discovery.