While I have had lots to say about management's failures since GH took over, the falling price is a reflection of a small percentage of shareholders losing patience with GH.   The 8-900,000 shares traded in the last 2 days of trading are about 1/2 % of the outstanding shares - or about 1 % of the shares held outside of GH.  Even the fall from .08 to here is based on relatively few shares trading.  If you let that small a minority of shareholders affect your perception of the value, then the price will continue to fall.

Never the less, the perceived value, or investor's losing patience with GH, needs to be addressed by management stepping up and giving us some reason to believe that our investment will be rewarded in a timely way.  

In the meantime, excessively negative commentary only adds to the downward pressure on this stock’s price.