Is there some evil monster lurking under the ELOS bed?Steve,that's the question that always goes through one's mind when a stock seemingly falls for no reason. Here's what I know.1.) ELOS started declining in response to CLZR's earnings2.) on the CLZR conference call, management said it was a company specific issue and not an issue with the industry as a whole (although read Fool articles to see what the thought on CLZR's management is (hint, not positive!))3.) CLZR recovered but ELOS did not, it's actually down more than CLZR is at this point.4.) CUTR reports Wednesday night so we can see what they say about the market.That being said, This stock is thinly traded and so it is quite volatile. Cameron
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