....but this one has just kept going steadily down.  Some people might try to make the case that the company is managed so badly that there is never any reason for it to go up, but I have seen plenty of bad company's stocks bounce up and down over and over again.  Market makers like to buy stocks low and sell them higher to retail investors jumping in when the stock rises trying not to miss the boat. Something is fishy about the way this one just steadily went down and rarely gave anybody a chance to exit without a loss. I think it has just been patient accumulation buy some major players as they waited out increasingly fatigued retail holders. Morningstar supports this theory by showing 7 million shares added to institutions during the first quarter. I'm just going to hold and let this story play itself out. Things could be looking a whole lot different in a few months.