+ Buying interests with accumulation that enabled the stock to propel.
+ It is also the selling interests which ends with exponential rise that enables the stock to plunge.
+ Smart monies already exited and plenty of fools' monies are already all in.
+ With that, price will ideally fall to at least the price where 1st batch of profit-takings occurred. This translates to a fall towards at least 28 cents, representing a -63.7% fall from the peak and a more than -52.9% fall from current point.
+ Warned about all these transition from bull to bear market based on daily funds flow analysis at the end of 2013 and early 2014.
Donovan Norfolk Technical Rating: End of Bull Market for UMS Bearish (Sell on Rebounds)