ARO's management was expecting 36-41 cents per share of profit for the Black Friday/Christmas shopping season, and now they're revising those numbers down to just 20-24 cents. Also, it is possible that they hit the low end of the new expectations at 20 cents or 19 cents, at which point a supplemental crash on top of this one could occur, too.
Wow, you've replied to every post I made refering to Radioshack over and over again... I obviously got under your skin or something, because I actually forgot that I was long RSH. But yes, I sold my RSH with a small loss because I realized management was full of nothing but excuses and empty promises... Just like ARO's! :-) Yeah, it' interesting that you bring up RSH to discredit me, because there is a lot of similarity between the Management failures at RSH and what is happening at ARO (although I don't expect ARO's stock to crater like RSH's). But I simply think it isn't worth the speculation yet. That's all.