NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Shares of fuel-cell-powered forklift maker Plug Power (PLUG) have pulverized shareholders since I wrote my first warning that the stock was becoming overheated.
The stock's ride from less than 20 cents in 2013 to over $11 in March was a remarkable run, but between a bearish report from Citron Research and my above-mentioned article on March 11, reality returned to the market.
Momentum day traders realized the music stopped without enough chairs for everyone. Unsurprisingly, when the tide turned, the mob was as emotional on the way down as it was going up.
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