with that of LUFK's, you can see the strong similarities.
(2) the drop in oil prices appears to have encouraged a coordinated pullout of the entire energy sector by hedge funds and other institutional investors. If you look at stocks like cop, vlo and eca, you'll see that they too like LUFK had exceptionally high volume days on Feb. 8. 9 and 10 (and similar price declines). Afterwards, IBD dropped LUFK from their IBD 100 list and gave it a "accum/distribition" grade of D.
Unfortunately, earnings were announced on Feb. 9 while the stock dump was in progress. It was a classic case of "buy on the rumor (of another great quarter) and sell on the news" (exceeding analysts' expectations).
Since mid-Feb., oil prices have inched upwards again and so has LUFK's price. However, the daily volume has remained low. If the institutional investors return (which should be evident by a greatly increased volume), IMHO the price will move up very quickly afterwards.
I'm not an expert on technical analysis but it has been my experience that you cannot depend on any one technical indicator (like slow stochastics). Most often, the various indicators give conflicting signals and you more or less go with the consensus (or rely on chart patterns and price and volume action). IMO most LUFK indicators are still bullish.