What you said makes no sense. First you say that ISIL has not participated in the run up the last few days. Then you say that if the market/chip stocks fall, ISIL will fall at a higher rate.
Now why would a stock that did not, according to you, participate in the run up, fall harder in a downturn? History would tell you it is just the opposite.
By the way, let's all just realize that this stock was $47 not too long ago. It jumped a great deal, giving some people a real nice profit for just a few days time. Now we've got some profit taking, plain and simple. Big deal. I'm sorry everyone is disappointed that it doesn't just go up everyday. If any of you know of a stock like that, please let me know.