It astounds me that you keep attacking Zoom on the basis of management integrity, their CEO being the most dedicated CEO to his customer’s happiness and success that I have ever seen in all my years of investing. I must admit that the concern I had at one time was whether he was excessively focussed on helping his customers rather than stockholders, but as the stock price has risen with increasing earnings and cash flow, I set that concern aside. I acknowledge that he may have been a bit naive about how hackers would attack his platform as it rocketed into prominence, but he seemed to take immediate steps to remediate the problem as it came too light.
At any rate, a 4% drop for a stock that is up over 100% year-to-date, seems to show that the market doesn’t consider this a threat to Zoom’s eventual success.
Since you seem so concerned about denigrating management’s honesty and integrity, when management’s integrity seemed to me to be the most prominent aspect of the company, and the thing that set it apart from many other companies, and in the light of your repeating that attack over and over, I have to wonder whether you happen to be short Zoom, and just haven’t gotten around to mentioning it to us yet, or whether you are just doing it out of the goodness of your heart.