http://finance.yahoo.com/q/ta?s=EKDKQ&t=1d&l=on&z=l&q=l&p=m5&a=w14%2Cfs&c= Hey load.... If your friend looking to buy-in was a chart reader ,and was able to nonitor the stock all day, he could have used this chart to do a bit better. Just follow the DIRECTION of the 5ma. Bought near open on a rising 5ma, about .53, sold when 5ma turned down,for about.59:$600 gain on 10K shares. Buyback again for .52 as 5ma started to rise again,sell at .56 as it turned down,for a $400 gain. Buy again around .52-.53, and at the close he would have been IN THE MONEY BY ABOUT $300 BUCKS. So, he would have %1000 in the bank,and have about $300 credit at the close. He would have been $1300 better off with this approach, since he is only even at the close by his own method.