Thanks for the reference and link. I'll bookmark it.
I first saw that video many years ago. An investment house used it for a commercial on CNBC. On the one hand, it's amusing given Lee's intonation and gesturing. On the other, it makes a good point relevant to life and investing: i.e., sometimes it is best just to let events and processes unfold without resistance and second-guessing.
Every successful biopharma company that I have observed has seen lulls and even precipitate drops in its stock price. It happens. Those who buy these lulls and drops end up making huge sums of money, as we saw with Pharmacyclics, Celgene, and Seattle Genetics.