Well, larry, you blew this one. Had you done just the tiniest bit of due diligence you would have known that the Russell 2000 re-balance is ongoing and will not complete until tomorrow after market close. Until it does complete, the Market Makers are going to employ their naked shorting exception to hold this price in a range while the funds which index to the Russell 2000 purchase the shares they need to comply with the index. Those MM shorts must be covered and shares delivered by next OPEX, which should create considerable buying pressure on the stock.
If the MMs cover in a controlled fashion that pressure will be spread over the course of July but there are likely to be some nice spikes in the process, even without news - with news the MMs will be trapped in a squeeze and there's no telling where this will go. All of this of course presumes no solid negatives in the macro picture, of course, but since we just went through the latest round of Central Bank sell-off I'd say the odds favor the bulls here for the next few weeks at least.
Better luck (since obviously "luck" is what you trade on) next time.