Not expecting it, but if I was looking to get in I wouldn't chase price; but that's just me; some traders buy breakouts.
I would wait for a retracement on a low volume test. Intraday, volume came in to push it above 15.00. On a 10-minute chart, a retest of $15.00 on less than 35k (on 10-min basis) would be a buy. Would want it to go down there on decelleratng volume.
If it holds the highs most of the day, then that would be a definate buy going into the close.
Tom, SKUL will move to $16.50 first and then very likely consolidate in a small range before breaking out. The buying under the prior close this AM was very tight in terms of price. When the stock said no to lower prices, we quickly overtook that $14.80 mark I mentioned elsewhere. Any break above $17.50 is going to be fast and it won't stop there.
Tom, I also take it you are into game theory? ie. zero sum games. To this effect, I believe we have a non-zero sum game here where the shorts value the shares more than the longs because of the dire predicament they are in. This would certainly be the case because there is always upside limit on a long position but no upside limit on a short position. I hope you started your popcorn this morning. -William