That seems to be the question everyday. Until (if) S starts rising again, that will be the ongoing question. It continues to amaze (and sadden) me that S was over $2.90 on March 29th. Now, after a fairly good quarter for earnings and a fairly bad quarter on new subscribers (due to Nextel) S is now trading at $2.31 bid. I don't understand it, I don't pretend to understand it.
IT'S ALL ABOUT PERCEPTION (and it seems the perception is very negative about S)