And a poster today wrote that management has had a"spot of bad luck". That's like saying BP had a "spot of bad luck" in the Gulf of Mexico a couple of years ago. It is amazing how when things are (allegedly) going well, this management team parades itself around, telling the investment world what great deals are coming soon but when it all turns into a mirage, management disappears into a secret bunker and problems are attributed to a "spot of bad luck" , not to the morons who run this company
I'm fairly sure that poster was being facetious. Looks like everyone is exiting the stock at this point. Soon as the gloominess mounts it will become a buy, like FB was yesterday. Doesn't look like we have hit bottom yet, as we are off a buck on a good day in the market.
WE are down 30% this year. You may be right when we are down 80% or so (at which point management undoubtably will reward themselves with what will then be cheap options or stock awards for a job"well done"