Most energy stocks have been in a free fall this month and EOG resources is no exception. The stock plunged over 25% from its summer highs and retraced 50-62% of the prior advance (Apr-2013 to July-2014). The stock shows signs of capitulation as downside volume surged for three days and the stock advanced on the fourth day with even higher volume. Also notice that the longest volume-by-price bar resides in the 82-86 area. Combined with the Fibonacci retracements, this area could offer support and lead to at least an oversold bounce.