Interesting analogy. That only goes to show how preposterous her selling pattern is, and how bizarre it is that the media, the analysts, the talking heads, and CNBC are all afraid of taking her on. They fear her power apparently.
Still, her selling is now priced in because no one trusts her or believes what she says - she claims the stock is strong and on its way forward, but keeps selling no matter what. After the shareholders mtg, this is not suppressing the stock any longer since everyone knows that she has her own bizarre agenda known only to her.
We've seen the last of $18 and now the last of $24. The stock will eventually creep up to $30 when I will dump most of my shares. We live in a plutocracy, they let us eat cake, and the greed and selfishness has simply reached new lows and new highs.
Sandberg should be admonished by someone somewhere in the media or by some watchdog group. Sad that no one says anything.