You just don't get it, do you? This stock is seriously oversold, has positive cash flow, has committed to paying its unbelievably high dividend, and is in clear transition with a lack of permanent leadership. Large institutional investors have been selling, while other groups have been buying. When you see a significant sell-off during the day, it's time to buy. And when you get your strike price you sell.
How have I been lucky? Look at the pattern of trades on IAR over the last two months, and you'll see periodic steep daily declines, followed a recovery through the day.
Obviously your computer trading programs aren't as good as mine. Mine are not based on luck! But they have proven to be very profitable -- both for long and short side trades.
IAR is one of many day-traded stocks. If your program tells you when to buy and when to sell, you follow the numbers. I have done that for two years of trading on this weak market, and have made over $3.2 million on day trades. How well are you doing?