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"but acting like a high risk stock. From $39 to $34 and still going down even if market is up.Why would someone still short at this level if it's shorts causing the drop?"I posted similar concerns and I got one response to the effect:"Its hard to stay short a stock with 5% dividend."I wonder if the poster thinks SNY will continue paying a divvy when/if it's sp slips to $10 a share (sarcasm).In the meantime, look at the jump in short interest between 4/13 and 4/30. That should provide you with an answer. http://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/sny/short-i...http://www.fool.com/investing/general/20...Is the sudden jump in short interest due to the patent expirations? And we stand a good chance at acquiring Amylin.I don't have a clue.