seem to be designed to convince folks to sell. Sure makes covering lower easier if you forgot to close your shorts.
Or not, some daytraders just go with quick profits. Day traders jump in and out multiple times so they are different from investors.
Indeed. Which suggests they too may want everyone else selling so they can jump back in more cheaply. Looks like they left a buck or so on the table (went to mid $19s this morning), and left the big bux on the table for the long term cap gain.Good luck, gamblers.
Wasnt short, I was long. $16.95 in, $18.35 out.
Yes, I see you at least posted real time your buy and sell. Congrats.Although you missed out on an extra buck and change you could have made, and still trading right around where you sold.The big money is made when it goes back above $30 eventually, which it will (heck, it got there before Apple even sold phones). No telling where it goes in the interim.