Take a look at this 5 min candle chart of CAM. About 20 mins worth, price moved almost 2 points. Got the 10MA up, and you can see how quickly the price moved up. Shorted a 1/4 position midway down the first red candle, and shorted a 1/4 more at the completion of the candle. These quick price increases usually go down equally as fast as they go up, if not more, well from my limited knowledge and experience that is. Maybe they don't go all the way down, but the correction can be quite profitable if caught. After witnessing the price action of CAM for the last 15 mins of its up move, and witnessing the heavy selling pressure that followed, didn't seem like that red candle was going to turn out to be a consolidating candle before another run up so I shorted. My question to you guys....I'm basically catching a top, and playing the correction. Is this too dangerous of a game. Granted I ended up entering into 1/2 my usual position size due to the volatility, but do you think this play is too dangerous in the long term?