Yep, after announcing blowout earnings DRYS fell from 115 to a low of 85 yesterday due to a low and easily manipulated float. The trend had a solid reversal today and skyrocketed back to 95, and it looks like an easy shot back up to 115 and longer term 150 and above. Right now due to shortages drybulk shippers appear to be able to dictate exorbitant spot prices per day on ships that transport coal and iron ore to China. With the Baltic Dry Index poised (uh oh that's an unlucky word) to make new highs, some people will find value investing in transportation over the seas. I bought 100 shares of DRYS at 94.26 by accident on Friday and watched it slump to a low of 85 yesterday. Today I broke even and then some and am looking to book a handsome profit over the coming weeks. The stock has a low P/E ratio of 6 or so and the fundamentals are absolutely sound and the technicals are also there with the elusive "golden cross" formation looming.