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  • buzz941 buzz941 Mar 6, 2013 7:06 PM Flag

    Here is my story

    When I first heard of and bought into nbs, the stock had just finished tanking into the low .30's. I bought in at .36. It went up to .42 and shortly thereafter started to come back down, I sold at .34 because I thought it was turning out to be a lemon. Low and behold when I checked on it again it had basically doubled to the .60's (and temporarily higher) and here I am again wondering, with 60-70,000 shares what to do. Let's hope there is really good news on the 19th to propel us up into the 1.00 range. If it takes a dump (19th) and goes into the .40's or .30's i think I'll load up with another 20-30000 and dollar cost average it for the long haul, unless someone with intelligence can show me this company is bogus!

    Sentiment: Hold

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    • Besides knowing fundamentals and technical analysis, one needs to understand leverage in the market. Sounds like you still have leverage and you still have ammo. So you're still in the fight. A few of us are in the same foxhole. If one is out of courage or has no ammo, all he can do is duck and hope. That isn't the best of alternatives. Keep your leverage, keep some ammo and hang till the finish partner.

    • Sounds like someone who understands the risks, has studied the market, and is making informed choices

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