Remember, the market is rigged. If you set a stop loss order anywhere close to the current price, it's guaranteed to be executed shortly. Leave enough room so they can't tell you without laughing that your order was hit.
I would but I hate to lose money. Rather lose a little and get in later, set a much lower stop until it recovers. Should have been set just below the 50 mark (the last low) to begin with. Surefire stocks get this treatment all the time, should have known better. Stops are a necessary evil, but you have to put them in the right place, which is usually below your tolerance level. I hate to admit it; it's a dirty game and this one is so highly controversial even the smallest thing sends it flying in one direction or the other.
Wild stuff. Almost lost my lunch over that one. Hope its up tomorrow. Speech by Obama can only help it; I think this was just manipulation ahead of earnings. By the way, they keep moving the date. I've heard Feb 13, Feb 20, Feb 25, and March.
The prudent thing is to set a stop a couple of candlesticks back the day before yesterday's bottom. Stops are only there to protect you from severe losses, maybe with some profit. They should not be used as a register ringer. You can get burned that way... I've learned from experience not to get too cocky.