Good luck on trying to load up @3.75! These "unrealized losses" that affected earnings is another fine example of mark-to-market and projected appearance of valuation in the marketplace for all companies alike. Much of these losses are inherent in most all other publicly listed companies. In other words, the macro of the market is reflected in the perceived valuation. As we are all investors here, we all know that markets are extremenly fluid and taking a snapshot on any given day is not representative of the actual situation. It's like trying to hit a bull on the run.