That all depends if CNBC would actually ask Carl to specify the strikes on these 11.7 million shares worth of options that apparently are included in the 13%, and how it is that 2.7 million of real shares somehow equates to 13% stake of 108 outstanding?
IT will go up a little...probably to the AH highs yesterday. But when the interview is over and he has not stated anything new...look out for the pullback. Options expiration will dictate where it closes...my guess just below $42.50
Whatever... all the news was priced in last night. Carl sold his long options this morning and hedged his long stock if he is half the shark he used to be. Its over for a while, gap will fill before the next big move.