Let me give you a simple example. If you want to hire someone to work for you, do you take this person's past performance into consideration or do you think the past performance is useless and irrelevant? Among others, relative strength is one of most important technical indicators. Please refer to "Methods of A Wall Street master" by Victor Sperandeo for further comments on relative strength. By the way, have you shorted RFMD?
You may be right that Nordic is a short. But if Nordic isn't a short than our discussion of relative strength should help him/her in future stock evaluation.
I am always amazed that shorts think a post on a stock board can influence the price of a stock. Of course I am also amazed that anyone would be shorting RFMD at this time. I have nothing against short selling or buying puts on a stock since as Jesse Livingston said, "there is only one-side to the market and it is not the bull-side or the bear-side but the right side."