The Mystery Of Einhorn » Right? The “Methodology” says “The calculations are based on the share price the day before Mr. Einhorn’s views became public” but there’s no shared zero point: all the lines never cross in one place. So on the day of his comments the stocks are down 20% or up 2% or somewhere in between from … what? Not the day before his comments, when they’re down I guess 15% or up 1% or somewhere in between (from what?), or 5 days before, or … I dunno. Perhaps “views became public” and “comment” are separate, so the zero point floats in relation to the comments? But then there’s a chart for companies he’s bullish on and it includes Sprint Nextel, which *never touches zero*! Its stock price is always above itself. Or something. Anyway.

Right? The "Methodology" says "The calculations are based on the share price the day before Mr. Einhorn's views became public" but there's no shared zero point: all the lines never cross in one place. So on the day of his comments the stocks are down 20% or up 2% or somewhere in between from ... what? Not the day before his comments, when they're down I guess 15% or up 1% or somewhere in between (from what?), or 5 days before, or ... I dunno. Perhaps "views became public" and "comment" are separate, so the zero point floats in relation to the comments? But then there's a chart for companies he's bullish on and it includes Sprint Nextel, which *never touches zero*! Its stock price is always above itself. Or something. Anyway.