The main factors that affect the value of a company’s shares are almost all things that you can impact, and I think it is open to creative tactical thinking as to how you may do that.
Obviously the most important factor is profit, both real and projected.
Profit margin is dependent upon several variables generally to do with the smooth flow of a broad and multifaceted operatiing system. Things like supply chain logistics, manufacturing, storage, employee recruitment, training and turnover, location overhead expenses, etc. Any and all of these are vulnerable to disruption.
Remember that negatively impacting profit can both mean inflicting direct loss and also causing extra expenses beyond what the company has budgeted.
Other key factors in determining share values are the viability of a company’s acces to credit and financing, and its ability to acquire new contracts. These factors are, again, largely dependent on the efficient functioning of the company’s operations. Potential investors and project partners lose confidence in a company that cannot perform adequately, and this will be even more the case when inefficiencies are due to a targeted campaign of disruptive activism.