The stock will most likely drop after earnings because of a some perceived negative or for profit taking on good numbers. Within a short period after that, if some of the big guys start buying based on the fundamentals, pushing the stock up above $55 for a sustained period, the short squeeze will hit. I'm just curious how big the squeeze will be since Akman represents like 99% of it. If he doesn't look for the exit it will be a slower ride up. Of course if a tender is ever made for the company Ackman is toast. Would a $1b loss within one year be a record for a hedge fund?