zbgb952, if you got in at the recent high these last months you may be feeling a little melancholy but be assured there is nothing inherently "wrong" with TAL (unless you are short). Some have been cashing in on a great run. There is also nothing "wrong" with taking profits. My belief is liquidating entirely would be a mistake. The sellers appear to have been shaken out around 40. TAL has been in a stable band around 40.5 for the last 10+ days. I prefer to be paid to hold and reap the benefits of TAL's investments in the future (it is buying containers at cheap money rates). I have had a trigger to buy at 39 since February but, darn, that still hasn't been hit. If it does, back up the truck and load up!
Read the post below this one where we have been debating this. I believe this company has several issues and made the post. I took my profits and will move on. I tried to inform others of the risks. Now its up to each person to make their own decision. I have moved on.