Longer term, of course, it's still going higher. But now we're looking for some kind of significantly positive comparison for the Xmas quarter. I think we'll see that kind of improvement (since last year's Xmas quarter was kind of weak), but the stock could easily be "dead money" between $4 and 6.50 for a while now. (No, I'm not ruling out a major pullback, before we stabilize, perhaps somewhere in the $5's.)
The Street was starting to build a "head of froth" on ZLC, based upon expectations of an acceleration in their turnaround. Last night, the kabosh was put on that. That's going to hurt the stock.