Why not wait for 20? With the 2.5 billion debt load that the now resigned CEO stupidly used to buy back shares at much higher prices to artificially inflate EPS, there could be more panic ahead if the stock plunges at a level that threatens the debt covenants.
It was not the CEO that drove that decision it is the private equity partners that cashed out all they could when they saw the stock was at the highs. This could not have happened to a more deserving and dysfunctional executive team. Unfortunately it is several of the VP's that should be gone, not the CEO. This stock with the small float is easily manipulated and any individual investor should be very wary before getting in.