Actually, most fast money stock traders like to sell before earnings. They don't want to get caught holding a bag. It's been fast trading money that bid this stock up above $2 and some of that bailing is what took the stock down in recent weeks from $3.80 to $3.15. The earnings numbers are already out, that was the preannouncement a few weeks back. So the "news" tomorrow is whatever Dot Hill management says about new customers and, or, coming 12 months revenues and profit guidance. Here at around $3.15 I expect that depending on management forward guidance, the HILL stock price could go down to $2 or up to $4, either way.