It's not tax loss selling, it's interest rate fears. Anytime there's even a hint of increasing interest rates, this thing will do just what it's been doing lately. Taking a dive.
Haven't you figured out yet, that the Main Street Media is SOLIDLY in the democratic pockets?? Fortunately, "or not", I'm probably too darn old to watch the collapse, but it will happen without radical changes.
Suspect that part of it is the TOTAL sell-out by Republicans on the "so-called" budget deal. Congress is going to keep on spending until we are bankrupt. Actually, we already are, just not declared yet. Wait until the world stops buying our debt and watch what happens. It won't be pretty.
Can't believe they aren't at $29.38, OR MORE already. Cash flow positive, 82 mil in the bank, NO debt, $50 mil payment with another $50 mil. plus royalties coming, and a HUGE market to serve. Currently, just another super buying opportunity.
Well, we're there, but what good is a 10% dividend when the share price drops at least an equal amount, if not more?? All that does is incur a taxable event, so we end up a loser.
You don't suppose that was intentional to discourage somebody from putting in a better offer, do you?? I wouldn't put it past them for a minute.