What concerns me is that 94% of the outstanding shares and 100% of the float are held by institutions and mutual funds. http://finance.yahoo.com/q/mh?s=RSH. This gives them great leverage to manipulate the price regardless of sales numbers. Us little guys have no chance. We are at the mercy of what they want the stock to do.
At some point RSH will go down however if you've been watching this board for the last 2 months you will see a litter trail of short (short) missives. If RSH starts to go down more sooner than later its good for the recent shorts. If RSH continues to rise it is partly fueled by the shorts that jumped the gun - as in squeezed. I applaud anyone who can make money (in stocks) short or long. So good luck to you but be careful.