This is the one time I agree with Cramer. Management is in the middle of a 200 million dollar buyback. They could care less about stock price in the short term. In fact, they probably think it is great that the stock price is dropping.
This company is now priced at zero expected growth moving forward with a 30% reduction in float. Are you kidding me? This is not a one hit wonder like Crocs. I'm backing up the truck once this establishes a floor. Any growth in profit these next few years, and it will soar (see Lumber Liquidators for similar story of a company with a good balance sheet coming off a bad year).