Day-to-day stock price fluctuations are simply not a management problem. Their issues are those associated with promoting and distributing the product and advancing the pipeline. If they do THOSE jobs well, the stock price will follow; if they do NOT then no amount of table pounding will do any good whatsoever. There's a reason they call it "long" when you take a position in an equity like this. If you believe in the product and management's ability to do those things which actually ARE their job thereby improving shareholder value then buy on the dips and ride the nonsense out. If you do not, then sell and get over it. There are plenty of other fish in this particular sea.
I added 2000 shares this morning at the lows. In a few months (give or take) I'll be very glad I did.
It's a good question. I wrote IR today literally begging them to do something. Hire somebody who has some experience dealing with these attacks. Its like they either do not care about anything other than science (which is great if you are running a private company, you know, its kinda classy and I get it), but they are running a public company. They are truly falling down on their responsibilities. We need a PR on Monday. If they don't start doing a better job at this I think we should sue them; wake them from their golden slumber.
Mgmt doesn't give a p00p about our message boards and won't make a statement until they are very confident in where the numbers are going. The first few weeks are iffy. After a month or more goes by, they will make a statement.