Per this thread (http://www.elitetrader.com/vb/showthread.php?s=&threadid=52722&perpage=6&pagenumber=11), currently holding a long position TMTA. My intention isn't to get into a pump vs. bash thread over TMTA, but I am curious to hear from some traders on the forum as to how they would normally trade a stock that has experienced a large gap-up afterhours. For example, TMTA closed today at $1.06, last trade in AH was $1.29. I assume that it will likely open somewhere in the ballpark of $1.30 (depending on pre-market), so where do you play this from here? My speculation is that a bunch of entities will hop on the proverbial bandwagon tomorrow, causing a large upwards move on high volume, but the stock is also quite extended at this point. Any thoughts on this? I'm wondering if this could be the type of "volatile play of the day" that intraday traders look for (highly volatile, whether it goes up or down). Thanks.