Market makers generally don't care what the price of a stock is. They exist to take both sides of other people's trades and they make money in either direction. Certainly they're not above running the stops above or below a trading range when the market gets close enough, but in the larger, longer term context they're basically just big scalpers.
Good one! ...with a double flipping bounce over the dradle spin, yet under the triple green cross until tomorrow's panic of shorts will cause the mongoose to belch, thus inviting the energized cobra to cross the rising blue wave thus moving momentum toward the G-spot.