And it is an analyst named Brent Rystrom the brokerage firm Feltl. This clown put out a note on July 18th that dropped the stock and that note turned out to be poorly researched and factually incorrect. The stock started tanking prior to the note and then gained downward momentum seconds after the notes release. What are he odds that major holders are just waiting to see his release and immediately sell into it? But sometimes strange things happen and it is just circumstance.
Now the same guy does the same thing and the exact same pattern presents itself again. Stock drops prior to announcement, plunges within seconds of announcement, and the actual facts are either embellished or flat out untrue.
This guy is either intentionally profiting from this campaign of misinformation or has some type of agenda other than reporting factual events. Someone at the SEC needs to investigate who was selling into each announcement, selling immediately upon the release of the announcement and whether they have any co9nnection to this firm or individual. The odds of this being purely coincidental are as likely as getting hit by lightning while buying the winning powerball lottery ticket.