Thanks very much for your sympathy, however, I really don't expect or need it. Lord knows I've got a pretty good bundle of SURG. In fact, my tractor trailer has been fully loaded for quite some time. I'm disappointed just like the rest of you folks. SURG is a good example of why I advocate playing 12-15 micro cap med-techs at a time on a long term (24-48 month) basis. You are always going to have a few stocks or DOGGIES as I like to call them in your overall portfolio. These stocks will typically defy your best logic and analysis in the "shor term". As long as I can continue to believe strongly in the "long term" with a stock like SURG, I will "tend" to resist dumping either partially or completely no matter what happens. If SURG at this point goes down into the 2's, so be it and I'll live with it. I'll just ride it back out once the negatives disappear. This is all part of my strategy which I follow very faithfully. This is not unfamiliar territory for this old geezer. I've been here before. Its just part of my bigger picture of investing in micro caps. Over time, I believe very strongly that we will prevail with our shares of SURG. Try to keep your chins high, everyone!!
I felt compelled to respond RT. I love all these internet gurus telling how this stock is a "pos". Why are you here if you have such a dislike for this stock? It has never ceased to amaze me the sad state of the posts that fly back and forth on these stupid message boards. I will keep my SURG and let it work for me over the next few years. I do not have SURG in my trading acct, because I use my trading acct differently than my long term acct. Anyway, ggod luck RT and other "longs". To all the I was right this is a pos stock folks, I pity you and your negative attitude. There is a saying, and I think it applies to the pool of endless bashers on all these mssg boards; " If your sphincter nerve is tied to your optic nerve thru some genectic mishap at birth, you end up with a shitty outlook on life!"