Temporarily, that is. I've seen this many a time where a stock makes a huge runup over weeks, and then has a huge volume day. A big pullback usually happens shortly after that huge volume day. Often there is 1 more big pump before the crash. I look for the pump on Monday (to near 10.00), and then it will crash back to between 7.00 and 8.00 the rest of the week. But then more pumps will happen in the coming months since the catalyst in still there. It just needs to fall some first after this run and the Friday volume signals that. JMO.