1. For a mngmt that has been so vocal at previous meeting with analysts and stockholders it is strange to witness complete silence from them in the midst of a complete breakdown in the stock.
2. Possibly this silence is due to a "quiet period" due to ongoing negotiations with potential licencees, in which case thie would be wonderful news. In this case there should still be a way to say something encouraging or at least let the shareholders know that mngmt still has their back without overstepping the "quiet period" blackout.
3. Such a precipitous drop in the stock price should elicit " some" response, not complete silence. It is not fair to the longterm holders and backers who are taking a shellacking at the hands of the likes of HG