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You're so right!... I actually went to a hold after the big run-up post Q2 ern's in the upper $50's. I started a thread called "Irrational Exuberance?" around the time I went to a hold:
I went back to a buy back in the $54-5 range and "strong Buy" below $50. There's no reason for this stock to be on sale this low. I'll be at a plain old "buy" above $58.
yeah you have to be able to be confident but you also must be able to change you views when things change.
the economy is not in a recession but the market is trading like it is. Therefore you have trade with both in mind. Understanding the doom and gloom for what it is and when it has gone too far.
crap missed the pullback in De. My mind must not be in the game at this late afternoon, thinking of thanksgiving I guess. Oh well always another setup. Will just go into friday flat. Take a stress free weeekend. Talk at you all later.
Great call! GME is now down 7% in two days. Instead of riding the back side of the GME pump and dump curve. Why not move over to DECK?
You are the perfect "investor" for the next GS Pump and Dump!
Go Long with everything you got, get another Home Equity loan or borrow from your parents?
I feel like I am driving the small bus to school with a bunch ....
Look here and tell me which way the stock is going:
Look here and tell me which way the Insiders think the stock is going:
It's never too late. each day is a new day. Price is more a matter of emotion short term then fundementals. The longer a stock stays at a price the more people think that is what it's worth. After a nice runup or drop and if you want to add new money give it a day or two and see if the price holds if it does then you can put more in if not you buy at a reduced price.
As long as your stock/company is in a bullish sector you can buy with some sense of confidence. I personally use chart ossiclators to pick my price targets RSI and MACD. work the best for GME the 15min chart. for a two/three day swing trade. Not sure of the longer term chart that people use.