If the earnings really stink then it will be clear that someone was "in the know" on this for the past 40 days dumping stock continuously. There will certainly be a letter to the SEC with the trading pattern/chart, the recent PRs, the "upgrade" from B. Riley and then they can see who the motivated seller has been. Of course that assumes that anyone there cares; although they do pick "random" instances to investigate.
Why do you own this stock if you are such a nervous nelly on it?? This will be "lump" Q to Q and also, since the float is thin, it will move violently over a week or two if someone needs to sell (for ANY reason.) Buy Cisco or Microsoft if you want a steadier stock. They keep telling you that business is doing well and over the course of a year, just look back to see how they did (rather than Q to Q or UNLESS they...or technology indicate something is changing and thus you should re-appraise.) Hold it for a few years. You will be happy with your compounded annual return including dividends. They are a VERY shareholder-friendly company and I have owned the stock for over a decade and seen how sharp they are!!
If it turns out that their quarter is weak, I intend to submit detailed trading data for today and any subsequent days on which there is this kind of selling as it would imply that the seller was privy to insider information.