I am sure you will just blame it on Einhorn. A bigger problem is future Sales growth expectations, which probably will not be met. The growth story is over, this is more of a cash Cow type stock now, profitable yes, dividend paying, but not a meteoric growth stock.
A decline back to 58 or so might get me interested, as a long term, conservative divided play.
I tracked this one, as I sometimes do when an obvious scam is promoted by a phony analyst. I had received a fake newsletter from a #$%$ named James Rapholz in early November. Sure enough, this shell of a company went from 17 cents to $1.06 in about a week. Now it is 20 cents, probably .002 by February.
Incredible that there are still people who "invest' in stuff like this.
Merry Christmas suckers. Maybe if they put some of these criminals who promote these scams in Jail, this would stop.