I know all about tecnical charting and and finding patterns in stocks. The problems with trying to do that with SIRIXM is it is manipulated to much for anyone to be able to follow the charts. Why is it being manipulated? there are many reasons. First the share price allows many people to buy in and play with it. There are just to many people out there that are playing around with it. Second the amount of shares (and low PPS) that are out make it easy to be manipulated (dont have to worry about gettiing cought because it is to hard to track). Third for what ever reason this company has people that dont want to see it make it. Forth and this is the biggest reason there are people that have the money and/or influence that want to make money off it.
Now you can try and make calls in the very very short term all you want the problem is it only takes one of the things I mentioned above to F that all up. We have seen example after example after example of this when people try to call the movement on the short term. What happens they get it wrong as many times as they get it right that is no surprise though because even they have to say it maybe going lower after saying it will go higher in the same sentence. Trust me on this one, with SIRIXM when you think you have it down, you dont. SIRIXM is one of the most confusing stocks any of us has ever dealt with even the people that like to make the short term calls on it will tell you that.
Common sense is telling me that when you are dealing with SIRIXM have a plan and stick with it. At least for the time being. If you try trading this stock like a day trader by listening to people that say they can call what is going to happen with SIRIXM on a day by day, hour by hour, or minute by minute basis by following normal charts and patterns. I am not just saying you are going to get burnt. I will guarantee you will get burnt. The one thing that matters now is that it is on a long term uptrend, so if you sell now only to try and get back in at a lower price you are putting yourself at risk.
Just to be clear, as an example if you bought at .11 and 400% is a good enough return for you then by all means sell at .44, and if it gos down enough afterward that you would like to get back in then that is a plus for you. All I am saying is the last thing I would be doing right now is selling for less then I wanted to in the first place, only because I wanted to get back in again at a lower price.