You and i both know that when a stostock makes a parabolic move like MM HAS ($5.90 to $8.50) that it has to take a rest before making another parabolic run. Also, MM's like Goldman Sachs manipulate stocks for their own short term gain. MM is a very strong company in a business that will continue to grow exponentially for the forseeable future. I mean if only Google is ahead of MM in the mobile ad space, i think that is a great position to be in. As long as the balance sheet does not deteriorate, this is going somewhere between $15- $20 and I believe eventually gets bought out.
Actually the stock shouldn't retreat so much after it fell from over $16.50 just months ago and had a big secondary at $14 per share. It's 50% cheaper than what the poor saps who bought the secondary at $14 per share just several months ago.
MM's management has duped a lot of investors and the lawsuits are sure to start snowballing soon.