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Right now, a share over Ryland stock is over $26 per share.  A loaf of Rye Bread is about $3 dollars. 

Is it possible that by the end of the year, a share of RYL stock will be cheaper than a loaf of Rye Bread?

Let's see, RYL CEO dumping shares.  The company liqudating assets to paydown accounts payables and accrued liabilities.  It also must liquidate assets to pay overhead for the next three quarters. 

Could it be possible that RYL will be forced to liquidate most of its asset before the end of the year?  RYL or RYE?

Mommy, why is that Rueben more expensive than a share of RYL stock?

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