I don't care if I sold nly trading shares for a profit only @ $16. I currently hold 4,000 nly purchased in 2008 @ approx $14 and another 4,000 purchased in 2009 @ approx $17. If it will help to resolve your obsession over my finances, I will send you the proof to an email address you will need to provide. Then maybe you can finally STFU and get a life.
Lets see. You are 32, beautiful, have a $4million stock portfolio with thousands of nly shares, earning only 5% in divis and yet have to boast about penny ante trading gains.
Can't you come up with a better story?
Lameloc, do you know how to read? I am a long term investor. I am not locked out of anything. I own thousands of shares of nly that I have held since 2008, so I have made good money and am still making good money on both the principle and the dividends ftom nly as we speak. I trade supplementally for small short-term profits for the fun of it. My long term investments currently total almost $4 million with an annual income of over $200,000, so I DON'T CARE IF MY TRADES AREN'T PERFECT.
I have not mentioned any specific trades here for weeks, so GET OVER YOUR OBSSESSION ABOUT THIS and move on. There are lots of good therapists out there who could help you with your problem.
Now go spin your useless unheard reply to this post in the empty halls of ignore land because that is where you now reside.
You were blatantly boasting, recounting to the exact penny about your "kill" as if anyone cared. Actually it was you who got killed by missing out the huge rise. And now you are locked out coz buying nly presently would be plumb painful.
I just wanted to warn others re the dangers of day trading. One only makes the broker rich.
I hope you will now stop giving us your pearls of wisdom that taking a little profit never hurts.
Fact is it does hurt.
It prevents a BIG profit.
Trading is something I do successfully on a short-term basis for fun and to supplement long term investments. When trading, I play it safe and grab short term profits when they appear. Hindsight is always 20-20. I don't care about perfect timing since I have numerous long term income investments which I don't touch, including nly. I am primarily a long term investor, but as far as my trading goes, since being out of nly I have been working primarily with puts on SPY for the past two weeks and doing quite well.
P.S. I have never boasted. All I've done is honestly report my trading activity and allowed myself to be a target for criticism from people like you.
Perhaps now you can drop your "beautiful" obsession over my past trading activity and move on.
Best of luck to you.