I think there are only about 200 million people employed in the U.S. and only a tiny fraction would ever be approached by a head hunter. This is one of the craziest bubbles in the market now and part of it is being supported by their customers who actually are dumb enough to pay for their "services".
It's a cute little app that has very little real value to anyone.
Wow. You provide such a great rationale for buying CRM..... counting on MB to pull a rabbit from the hat.
He has been doing that for years. He was selling 20,000 shares daily for a long time. Now it's "only" 12,500 shares daily.
Seriously, where and how do they come up with this stuff? The PR team must be stoned 24#$%$ actually pretty comical to see all the funny titles they come up with for their various awards, presentations, and self accolades.
I don't know if that has happened before.
Hey, let's sneak this one in on Friday night when nobody is paying attention.
Smells a little fishy?
The low short ratio will really put a lid on this thing and in the case of any increased selling pressure to the overall market, this will tank right back to the mid 60's as it was before all the bs rumors.
Speculative runs almost always end badly and there really isn't another way to describe this.