Mr. autman123, no need to start yelling, you've made your point clear in your first post. Anyway - the solution you're suggesting is only helpful if the 'myvideo' count is higher than the view count on the video's page. This doesn't help if there isn't any movement at all, on ANY of the view counters.
I have 2 video's (including the most recent uploaded) that are stuck at 302 for 4 days. I have 4 video's that have been stuck at 303/301 views for more than 2 weeks.
Youtube now has placed a "?" next to the view counter, using reverse psychology, saying "congratulations! you have so many views we can't keep up with it", promising an update 'in the next hours', which is not true for many of the video's mentioned in this thread.
Apparently they are trying to keep the panic down. That is not their biggest concern, however. Their biggest concern is that they have a system failure with their statistics software.
I sure hope, since this has been going on from the moment they introduced 'insight' and statistics, that before this causes a substantial part of their subscribers to pack their bags and join the competition, that google/YT comes with a more honest and satisfying solution than false reassurances.
I'm sure they are working on it, but they should inform their customers of the true nature of the problems, how and how soon it will be solved, and what we're ought to do with all these video's stuck at +/- 300 views.
Currently, they are only frustrating the community.