Here is the picture. Three days ago, NTOP dropped all the way from above 92 (new high) to below 81. The attempted rally could only push the stock price back to 85 and then the prices dropped again.
Yesterday, NTOP opened low, rallied only to 80~81 range, fell again and closed at 78 3/16. Today, the sell-off at the opening sent NTOP all the way down from 87 to below 79. Then, it went up and died at 81 1/2. The small rally at the close was feeble and closed only at 81 1/4. Consider this, NASDAQ has been up triple digits today. Do we really have enthusiastic buyers? How often will NASDAQ make a triple-digit gain? Longs are still blindly optimistic. They will learn this the hard way later. Professional investors are slowly distributing their shares. They are doing this slowly because they don't want to kill the bullish sentiment, so that their sizeable positions can be well absorded. Bear in mind that the public is the customer to whom the professional and institutional traders hope to unload their stocks obtained at lower prices. They are doing this right now in front of your eyes. But, you are too blind to see.