We have all decried the low PE. It makes boatloads of money, pays a dividend, has a HUGE buyback program, has money for M&A and never has gotten liftoff as most other companies with the same fundamentals. The argument was always been that sales will decelerate and that's what has kept the lid on the price. Okay, fair enough. But why then, when there does appear to be deceleration that it sells off like a tech startup? It's an unpopular company that a lot of folks would rather not be associated with. I have lived through this before years ago with HAL. HAL executed, executed, executed in the real world and then was "executed" on Wall Street. Forget trying to understand the price action. It's simply a hated stock.