Agree with you 100%, she's oversold and $26 is a freakin gift. Added 500 shares myself today--especially since it double bottomed today precisely (and sucessfully retested)where it went right after earnings.
I respect your choice, but MAKO has not been displaying any noticeable chart patterns. It has been hitting the bottom of the (20,2) bollinger bands since Nov 2 and has been in oversold RSI (14) territory since Nov 21. It has blown past the 200 Day MA (30.10) and IMHO this probably has attracted short sellers as others have noted on this board. I'm trying to look at the fundamentals to see where a good entry point would be in terms of value, but how do we evaluate a company in the red with no earnings per share, PE or PEG ratio to look at?