These purchases were probably before the market re-assessed MMI's sales outlook and consequently their stock price, on the back of the Xoom's disastrous pricing strategy. Now, the Xoom has serious competition from Samsung, Asus, Acer and LG in the honeycomb tablet space.
Samsung has already announced a lighter, thinner and cheaper 16GB WiFi version of the Tab (Xoom doesn't bloody have a 16GB kit). Motorola's nonsensical product and pricing strategies for the Xoom have killed MMI's stock price.
What, is the 16 GB like $80 cheaper? And the Xoom has a faster processor than the Samsung one. You might as well vomit your conclusions about the IPAD 2 as well. We'll see how the sales are ultimately doing for the Xoom as well. Seriously, though, if the stock drops 2% in a day it's not that big of a deal.