No, but it shows that when you buy stocks at low prices you have a better chance of making money. From here, VRNM will either prove to have poor technology and go bankrupt (my guess at those odds: 25%) or it will have good technology and double or more from here. I like that bet. If you don't, don't buy VRNM. But in the meantime, could you stop pestering us about how VRNM is a bad company because its stock is doing badly?