It's pretty crazy how quickly the market conditions change. I had a really hard time coping with this concept at first. When I first started trading, shipper mania hit (ala $DRYS, $SINO, etc). It gave me a really fluffy view of what trading was, and I thought, at the time, that this thing was going to be easy. Days later they all collapsed, and I was left trying to figure out what to do next. Only somewhat recently, have I finally been able to keep my finger on the ever-changing pulse of the markets down here in smallcap land. It helps to recognize where the runners are, and to be nimble. For example, up until this point, I RARELY traded anything under a dollar. And yet, last week I had my best gain to date on $BTCS (which i bought at .08 cents). This week, I've barely traded anything over a dollar! Reason being, that most of the big runners have all been in penny land, and I have learned not to let my own habits and ways get in the way of profiting. This can obviously change tomorrow, and the little bottom feeders will eventually go back to obscurity (Can profit from that as well). But for now, I will go where the runners are. Happy hunting!