No question, it hurts to see it drop after an earnings blowout like that. What hurts more is that even with the raised forecast, it went down.
I'm not going to sweat it...i know what i bought and why i bought it - and nothing about either has changed. And as i've said before, if it dips into the 50's, i'll buy even more (my average is 33.50).
When a stock goes down without any negative indicators (and i defy anyone to find one), the pendulum tends to swing with great ferocity soon after. When the sellers have sold, Keynes does hold.