The late session sell off today was a little out of left field, with the Nasdaq leading the way. Interestingly enough (NASDAQ: RIMM) happened to be reporting after the bell. I wonder if some information around the number was leaded around 2 pm est. You can really see the Q's come off the days high of 2,415.42 at 2:06 est. At that point RIMM is already starting its march downward as ETFs pull on her. AT 2:38 est the Q's really fall off a cliff as the bid fails around 2,413.54, fairly heavy selling remained until the closing minutes. This seems perfectly normal right?