relax, this rise is only temporary as a few shorts close their positions before the long weekend and before end-of-month. it's called "locking in profits" and they also do it to secure their bonus. nobody works over this weekend, so any secondary probably won't happen immediately. also, everyone wants to see what obama does over the weekend (i.e. syria attacks) while the markets are closed.
DNDN stock is still destined to plunged further. there's simply no hope of avoiding a $400M secondary (i.e. massive shareholder dilution) -or- bankruptcy filing to restructure debt.