No, no. With CRUS, you should be looking to scalp it every day. I used to make my living doing that. There is an army of shorts waiting for it to pop, and they jump it. Notice this morning, they knocked it right down. You have Level II, right? If you watch it on level II, you can see the sell orders pile up and then you hit it with a market order, "sell short 1000 shares". This works more often than not. They knocked it down 50 cents today. It tends to open high, or gap open. On those occasions, you look to short it. You must watch the trading patterns every day. The time to short it is in the morning. It's called "fading the morning gap".