Thanks for your reply; but I guess the theory behind technical analysis is that the price reflects all the known, the unknown, and the known unknown (Just to somewhat quote someone in politics). Fundamental analysis will always prevail in the long run, but technical analysis seems to work better in the short run; It puts money in my pockets and keeps me a little more liquid.
I've been a long term holder of ISIS and made some money; but the charts are telling me that market manipulators are distributing their shares and the price action is losing steam as it gets back to
$73-$75. I sold all of my position and hope to buy back in at a lower price. If I'm wrong then I'll miss some of the upside.