I remember the first time I made 10K in the early 80s. I had 1000 shares of Telex, and I held it for a month and a 10 point move from 25/sh to 35/sh. I thought I was the smartest person in the world.
One day about 10 years later I was looking at a long term chart book that showed the period after I sold that stock. It had continued higher to over 150/sh in the next six months. You could barely discern the area on the chart that corresponded to my measly 10 point move. Little did I know at the time that that one stock alone could have made me more money than I made over the next 5 years working 60 hours a week.
30 years later, I still make that mistake at times. Not always, though.
"Throughout all my years of investing I've found that the big money was never made in the buying or the selling. The big money was made in the waiting." Jesse Livermore
Never look back after selling for a profit. The hardest thing to learn about investing is how to exit. I own a lot of lyscf and did not sell when the stock price was over a dollar. I road the stock all the back down and back up again. If I would have sold over a dollar and bought back at 11 cents I could have 10x the shares I own now? Should have, could have, didn't. If you like the stock long term? which you should, then just find the right point to re-enter, even if it is at a higher price. This stock has so many better days ahead. Wait until the common ordinary person knows about REEs, I will be retired.
In deed. I am often torn on whether to take the $ off the table and "never go broke" or wait for a possible inside the park grand slam. I think this company could reach $10 in a few years. I'll buy back in at sub.65 if it gets there. good luck