SEE is selling for just over 21 today. In Jan. it was selling for just over 17. Between 17 and 21, SEE missed 4th quarter earnings estimates when earnings were announced (even when you take out factors that lead to an actual loss). Then 1st quarter earnings estimates came out for 2012, and earnings are projected to be .26, vs. last years earnings of .34. SEE has gone up despite two pieces of bad news. Thoughts?