I'm not surprised when a stock goes down before a quarterly earnings report. This stock has had bad news, earnings warnings this summer, etc. I've watched other stocks with good earnings reports go south because of future earnings predictions. I know the last quarter worked out well for coco investors, but only because their earnings were higher than coco's revised lowered earnings. I guess we wait and see, cross our fingers, pray like hell, throw a coin in a fountain, and hope the stock market is up tomorrow.
fell 2.9 percent to $14.24. UBS analyst Kelly Flynn expects the company to top the average analyst earnings estimate of 18 cents a share by a penny when it reports fiscal first-quarter results on Thursday, but said same-school enrollment growth may fall short of expectations.