Yesterday's false alarm spoke volumes. If you're holding long the best thing that can happen is an aquisition at maybe $10 for a 10% gain. Hesse has already indicated that it'll take years to turn the ship around and to date there's no suggestion that it'll happen. In fact it'd appear everything they're doing is contributing to it sinking. When numbers are released this high $8's range is a goner absent another false acquisition alarm. So you have 10% or so to win if a miracle happens, and as much as 50% if they stink the place out performance-wise as it'd appear they will do. Mid high $7's would seem to be the price at which risk/reward is balanced.