It's pronounced like most other words ending in a single "e" where that letter is silent or simply indicates the prior vowel is long (in this case long "i" pronounced like long "e" due to Antibe being derived from the French city Antibes. (Pronounced "Ahn-teeb" not "Ann-teeb.")

You don't say "rebatee" for "rebate" do you? Same idea.

Also, "cringe" has an "e" at the end to indicate the "g" is soft, pronounced like "j."

MikeStock wrote: Does how they pronounce Antibe bother anyone else?  To me it should be "An tee be"

But to say it "Ann teeb" makes me cring. 

Anyway, holding long and want to see great things from this stock.