Now when you say "green by noon" you do mean just "green", right? I mean "green" is just a penny or above and that I can imagine. Long-term, unless earnings are spectacular, this seems toast. I bought in before last earnings and I'm holding but the likelihood of them beating earnings and having Wall St. buy back in is far less than them missing the lofty expectations of Wall St. and beating this into sub $400. That's not to say that this is a bad company, just a bad stock. You won't see more money come in unless this can make some sort of run above $500 to demonstrate that it still has the ability to rise.