G8tor is right. You have to gage a stocks relative strength when analyzing its potential to move. If the market does not continue to support it, RSTN will begin to fall, where the stronger stocks may build a base. Yes its up 15% today, but the stock fell 50% on one day last week, of course the dead cat bounce as Naz rallies 6% as an index. Be smart take profits (or cut losses if in before Thursday) even if you just cut the position down in size. It is just the smart thing to do.