I'm trading a screen that identifies reversals after two big up days(and visa versa) and started using Trade Trigger from Ameritrade to automatically implement the trades. Today I set Trigger to sell short BQI when it trades at or below 3.59. It did not trigger as BQI ran straight up 10%. That got the wheels upstairs turning...What if I had another Trigger to go long when it trades above yesterday's close of 3.63? The strategy would be to go short when it trades below yesterday's close and go long when it trade above. Once a trade is executed, a stop loss order is automatically implemented using Trade Trigger, to protect against the trade going against me. The stop will be a fairly tight one, no more than 2%. This should catch those strong runners that don't reverse, such as BQI today. If you see any downside with this strategy please let me know, so that I don't inflict any serious damage to my portfolio.