Shareholders are watching you.
They knew this disastrous news WEEKS ago.
Their lack of candor is a disgrace.
Your point has some merit. But remember that price moving news need not come from the company. All VRX needs to pop is for one big name investor to say "I've taken a position."
positive news comes out. We'll see soon.
Every time I look she hits a new low.
BUT FV is probably 30 ( say 9 x midpoint of revised guidance), and stocks in free fall usually drop well below FV before they recover.
Too late to press her further or not?
"Buying opportunity," etc
If he does, look for a big pop tomorrow.
A lot of very public pumpers appear to be quietly heading for the exits as the day nears its end.
They saw what Bill & Co did to them this week with Monday's Release.
Somehow, I don't think that in shortland, "Come Monday, it'll be alright."
Meg Terrell -- CNBC pharma reporter. She'd quickly overtake Marissa as the hottest CEO. Unlike Marissa, she is very genuine.