Oh, we're here, moron. No reason to buy or sell - ARRY is a trader's stock, usually tightly controlled by institutional churn. It sits on biotech indexes, so it must come down with the index. ARRY is such a small part of those indexes, it just doesn't get pulled either way too much. It is funny to read some of the recently fired whine about the stock. ARRY hasn't changed in over a decade. It is amazing, really. But for me, it only serves as a vehicle to trade around a position. Not many stocks so well controlled by institutions, but they don't have much daily volume and not much float. Liquid enough to move in an out of though. Now, get back to your "retirement". LOL
that's only b-c there is nothing much to say with ARRY right now. It's the time to be patient. Wait until May and we will have something to talk about. For now just hang tight until news breaks. Doesn't mean it warrants shutting the board down.