A review of many charts showing similar short term one day selloffs where the closing price returned to or near the opening price on the bar suggests that more often than not the stock price stays stable, or moves up from the extreme oversold condition, and not down in the near term following days. The best example of this occurred with ORA last Monday, after the stock tumbled in the first hour from 27 cents to 10 cents, then back to 27, on a huge market order or two, only to stablize or move slightly higher in the following days. So we may not get the opportunity to buy in cheap at the opening...so don't be disappointed if sanity is restored to MTOs market as well after Friday's late day FLASH IN THE PAN..