Can anyone explain the free falling stock value? The frog is just a frog. He is not a prince. So if you kiss the frog, he won't turn into a prince. Sure you might get promoted but most likely, you're just gonna grow a wart.
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The Free Falling stock value is nothing more than a reflection of market sentiment. Most of the reaction is from low oil prices, but some reflects "no confidence" in a management team that led the company to bankruptcy in the past and are still there. This is like Obama blaming Bush for all his failures in the 8th yr of the Obama presidency AND...wait for it...taking credit for ANYTHING successful no matter how trivial. Think about that and then think about this....the market has a way of "sniffing" out weakness and thus CHAP's price per share is a reflection of this weakness. Buy and Hold with this one is a sure way to blow up your account.
Kermit sold his shares and is watching the company burn now