That could happen. Maybe not in July after earnings come out. But maybe. Depends on enrollment trends and cost cutting. If enrollment has stabilized or turned positive at all, and if the $12.5 million in quarterly cost cutting drops to the bottom line, moving second quarter earnings over $1.00 with some sanguine comments from management, it could be a bloodbath. I would say up closer to $10 to $12 per share in a day. But who knows. You could get some crazy outsized call options trades, just in the money, by SAC or another big hedge fund, which for pennies on the dollar force the market maker to hedge their position by going long the stock! That would throw fat on the fire. And then a bunch of big deep pocket mutual funds might want to take new long positions. I have seen it a few times before. TAZR a few years ago was a bloodbath for the shorts. Travelzoo was another ridiculous forest fire. This one will be interesting to watch.