There's broadbased selling market wide..it's that time of year. AXAS isn't a tax loss sale for 2013 but rather a sell to book profit.
Which is why January effect occurs every year as folks and funds start to reposition their portfolios. They sell their winners to book gains and sell losers to offset those gains. If AXAS is being sold on a 2013 basis for the vast majority it was a solid gainer. Better commodity prices, better balance sheet and 13% to 18% production growth = it should be a gainer in 2014 as well. JMHO GLTA