So... any opinions on what CCP has just done? From earlier company guidance of $24m NPAT, then to the CEO selling his shares, then a downgrade to $17m NPAT, now another downgrade to $10m NPAT. That's if you missed the fine print and didn't notice that the $10m doesn't include $5m in restructuring costs. So really $5m NPAT. Sure there are variables and risks in any business, but at what point does dumping your own shares prior to two huge downgrades constitute a breach of disclosure to shareholders. I know of at least two fund managers that won't be happy with today's announcement for more than one reason.