Well, if you're like me, sell your stock because that'll almost guarantee that your stock will gain traction again once you get rid of it. I bought EGHT at .54 and held for what seemed forever until it climbed to around $4. Sold at $4 and then it shot up. I got a lot of stories like that. Murphy's Law of investing I guess.
Yawn...who's Oppenheimer? Didn't he help make the first atomic bomb? Go VG!
All I can think of is because residential subscription continues to go down at roughly the same rate as business subscription growth. In 2017 both business and residential revenues will reach equilibrium. 2017 will be the year VG hits double digits and stays there...IMO.