I realize that 'in general' the stock market can sometimes be no better than a crap shoot, its vagaries not for the faint of heart.That said, does anyone have any insight that would explain why a company's very positive financial report would cause the stock price to take a dive? I notice that there has been much more than 'average' activity on the stock I'm talking about. Would that precipitate the drop? Or did the drop precipitate the activity?http://finance.yahoo.com/charts#chart1:symbol=drs;range=5d;indicator=volume;charttype=line;crosshair=on;logscale=on;source=undefineddisclosure: I have a position in this company due to acquisition.Rich
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