What a convenient change of tune. Even your watch strikes 12 twice a day. Congrats. I am sure you can make up even more theories; will they be right or contribute to the discussion? I doubt it.
Well I think the details what Edelman's saying don't matter that much. It seems to me that this is part of a wider strategy to discredit -at least for the moment- the company. Case in point, from what I read, Edelman's involvement in the DNDN case shows similar tactics. The Barron's article fits nicely into that puzzle. AF's write-up before....but maybe it's just my imagination
True. So why don't you go and apply for a job there. I am sure they'll receive you with open arms! Or even better, form a company and pay yourself a 6 figure salary. It's easy, just do it.
"Why didn't they buy at $2.5 before the data came out?" I see this differently. By law they are not allowed to trade ahead of data not available to the public. Are they taking advantage of it in this case....probably they are.