Growth has stopped and BTH has huge attrition. Tommorow, HLF announces earnings and as they show huge growth, this will only hurt BTH even more. Vi is not t he next Herbalife, it is not better than Monia Vie, Xango, Noni or a couple of dozen other companies out there, they are merely a company trying to duplicate Herbalife and failing.
In my opinion when things are going south it comes down to the management recognizing they have issues, bring in top advisors, expand with new product and go international as quick as possible. They are adding new products and starting to circle the wagons on company changes that any new company needs to implement, Amway went through this and so did HLF, no big deal.
That is what they said about Compaq (CPQ) too in the early 2000s when that stock was priced right about where BTH is now. What happened? CPQ tanked to around $3. There is nothing to help keep BTH up. I say short and ride it down too.