Up 6% one day and down 6% the next. Any reason for this move today, or is it all trigger selling? I don't get it. I wish I had never seen the Goldman note about a $30 price target. It's not worth the ups & downs. Unless, of course, the stock hits $30:)
Manipulation by hedge funds or MM's. Easy to collect shares by running the stops from those who bought yesterday. Helps them to accumulate their position, gather cheap acorns so to speak. If so desired, earnings/guidance meet expectations, we could see a gap up. Hopefully.
Forget the logical fundamental reasons for this type of action, IMO.