With a sigh and a chuckle that I attest that you, as usual, are correct--there is no upside to me in revealing the nature of my bids. Now that the ETM share price has risen above $7, I may be "done" and "stuck" with a position size of 221300 shares, to be increased only in the $6's and to be decreased only at prices considerably above prevailing ones.
$38 share price with a $0.38 quarterly dividend in a couple of years.... naysayers are welcome to rub this post in my face if I am wrong
I am thinking this lift is a gift. I've sold. I think ETM may show TINY earnings after they refinance. In any case I just don't need the risk of having no fundamental valuation underpinnings. Time to redeploy capital.
If ETM goes upside crazy I won't be upset but I will consider playing the downside that always seems to follow.