POZN was the biggest gainer, with a nice run since gapping up in mid March. The first thing I noticed when I looked at the chart was the nice trading range it established with the gap up in November: it nearly flawlessly establishe bottom, middle, and top pivots before the March breakout It really hasn't established a new trading range, but assuming that the recent high was the mid point, that would put the top at about 8.50. Considering how far it's already gone, I wold not scoff at that possibility.SAM was the biggest decliner. This is in a base, and appears to be forming the right side. While the base looks ok, the timing is a little strange: while the rest of the market rallied like gangbusters, this was doing nothing, thus the weak price relative line. This did a very good job of establishing a trading range and staying within it. One reason I try to determine pivot points is not some numerological mumbo jumbo, but because I am convinced that program traders see the same things I do and trade off them, and they can easily influence the direction of a stock in the short term. If you remember the flash crash in 2010, this was one of the stocks they targeted.