First, before accusing me of being a basher, I am long GHDX.
That doesn't stop me from being concerned that the sale of shares by the CEO is followed by the resignation of a board member on the audit and governance committees. Sure the sale was a pre-arranged 10b5 plan, they always are. Especially when managers know the future has trouble. Then the director leaves without explanation.
RE: "Especially when managers know the future has trouble."
reckless comment....pure speculation by an anonymous, message board poster.....will be given it's proper consideration.
As a counterpoint, the analyst from JMP Securities reinterated his BUY rating last week with his price taget of $32.....citing seasonal strength around the upcoming ASCO meeting....among other things....
The SEC is currently reviewing the 10b5 safe harbor process because of abuses just like I described. Mindless support of management is not good due diligence. Investors are not being reckless when they express concern over management selling and directors resigning. My comment is disciplined, yours is amateur. Pay attention, you might learn something.