$ATER it’s funny how a company near book value, who makes revenue more than their market cap, owns amazing brands and has high short interest and is on REG SHO, has a lot of retail not hopping on. Institutions have been buying and REG SHO is forcing market makers to close short positions. Why does retail always wait to get in last? I’ve seen this with $GME, $BRCC, $SST, $ISPO etc. The setup is the same, always has been, REG SHO is the greatest gift to retail. Look at the open interest for may 20 opex for $ATER. I’ll never understand, this isn’t the first time, and won’t be the last. It astonishes me every time.