I've noticed some traders on this site are into picking bottoms on oversold stocks and then riding them up a few points. Personally, I beleive that is one of the best ways to play the market right now. But the trick for me is to differentiate between a stock that goes down and stays down, and one that bounces. I've found the more dramatic the selloff, the more chance of a sharp, snap back rally. This happened with TYC recently. So, is anyone watching or playing with DYN? The stock has dropped about 70% in about 3 weeks. Its oversold, but I know that doesn't mean it can't go lower... Just in the past week its down about 25%. Right now nobody can convince me its going straight to nothing, so I took 5000 shares today near the close and plan to average in more if it goes lower from here. Anyone doing the same? or am I early?