Your post made me look up when I bought into this one, Aug 2012 ave cost 467, had 2 divs, not a big play in my LT portfolio so a big move either way hardly causes a ripple in my overall holding although would like one to the upside and get shot of it.
A mistake some folks make is getting into mid and small caps when a particular sector starts to run. The mid and small caps usually are the last to run, but when they do eventually, you already want to be in a position. Just for interests sake, some shares that's looking interesting in my books for 2017 are: AIP, MTA, ARL, CIL. Technically and fundamentally all in a good spot.
some good picks there. MTA is not for the faint hearted, with 60% of its revenue coming from Turkey, and the bulk of that revenue dependent on Russian exports. CIL also has legs, but their Angola exposure is of some concern to me, which is why I exited my position in them a while ago. AIP, boring, but looks like it might break up soon.
Changing the subject,it appears that the topi (top 40) and alsh have broken out of the downtrend they have been in for the last couple of months, and there has been a buy divergence on the rsi and sto (daily and weekly charts) for the last few weeks which is now playing out. Based on this it looks like we could still have a rally in store for the next couple of weeks at least. Any comments from the techies?