Each stakeholder is different...
Personally I think for the share price to go up we need attract new talent who work on specific & measurable projects. I think things like this is exactly what the market wants to see... https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=11799.0
5-20 paid delegates who weren't already part of BitShares adding specific value will really sell BitShares. A very positive psychological effect. Expect the share price to move up with more of that.
Each crypto has a stable of valuable talent, community members & projects that the market has already valued. What BitShares can do, that they can't, and should be seen to be doing, is attracting a lot more new talent in a wide range of development and marketing activities vs. using dilution too much at first to maintain its existing stable of talent.
A lot of the responses on reddit were about exactly this kind of concern. 'Won't it be large stake-holders, insiders and early adopters diluting BitShares to pay themselves?'
So lets show the market that's not the case at all. Personally I'd like to see all our existing MVP's, specifically developers as delegates, so we can advertise an amazing stable of talent
. However I'd like us to be conservative & prudent with their payrates at first, for the first few months, or until we're above LiteCoin at least.
Maximising the positive perception of dilution and minimising the negative at first, is the way to a big valuation imo.