Infancy, early growth stage companies plow back their revenues to grow the business. Folks commenting on profits and EPS don't understand that sales and growth investments made today will drive the company's revenues and EVENTUAL earnings in the future. Look at growth rates of revenue, total cash flow, cash on hand, debt ratios to see the true value of YELP. Using a PEG / EPS analysis now is useless. I'll take a bet that a market cap of $4.5 billion today will look like a steal 3 to 5 years from now. Good luck.
Short some more and while you're at it, but all the puts you can. Between your tweets and posts on the message board, it's evident you will do whatever to bring the stock down. Just hope they miss in 2 weeks and / or don't get bought out. Asking a lot if this 40% pullback isn't enough. See ya.