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  • bty79403 bty79403 Jan 31, 2013 8:50 AM Flag

    Sad day.

    I was not kidding when I said I was recklessly over exposed. I did that for a reason. I simply can't continue to hold down a job, and spend 40+ hours a week doing DD for investing semi-professionally. So this is my goodbye post, as I am taking a sabatical, not only from posting, but also from investing. To those many friends that I've made here, the best of luck to you all, in your future investments, but more importantly, in life.

    Spare a thought for those 701 brave souls.

    All the best,
    Cheers and farewell,

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    • Mick, I am so sorry it didn't work out for us longs. You are a great guy, and I know many of us longs truly tried to think of bear and bull views during our DD. It just did not land in our favor...Wish you all the best, as I do with all the other friends made here. Please do take care.


    • Well said, time heals ALL WOUNDS

    • It is a horribly sad day. I know how you feel. In the past I lost $70,000 in a matter of seconds when I could not afford to do so. It felt catastrophic at the time, but although it is a cliche time really does heal wounds. You will be back, stronger, tempered and smarter than ever. You will be a force that makes others tremble.

      The sad bitter truth of the market is that the good guys sometimes lose. You are one of the good guys, and will always be one of the good guys. And your friends and family will always be the better for it.

      Take care. This will soon pass and be a distant memory. You will one day tell stories about today, but today will not be the ending. It won't even be the end of the beginning. It will be the beginning of a tale that ends with unbounded triumph. Your children and grandchildren will listen in awe.


    • For me, personally, there have been successes and failures. They have evened out. So I have come to the conclusion stock picking is not worth the time. I'll look for a good exit point for the 40% I still own. Good luck with your ventures.

    • dude -don't take a sabatical. get back in - and do it now. During the financial crisis my "risk" portfolio went down as much as 80%. I owned Incyte - and it just kept going down. So i sold - and that ultimately was a mistake because it came back 10 fold. Now my risk portfolio is 10 times what it was at the low of the market, and it's due to highly concentrated investments. But CLSN had too much negative sentiment for my liking - even among informed analysts. I suggest moving on to SNSS, ARRY, SRPT and/or MACK. these are speculative - but have stronger support than CLSN had leading up to today.

    • Thanks Mick. We're all in the same boat. Best of luck to you.

    • I don't think that I've posted here, but I know your sentiments well. I have been at this on and off for 20 years. My worst regret is selling out a my stock in a company for a couple of thousand dollars when the the stock and warrants went to half a million several months later. 10 years later I think that I am finally over it. I was always money driven, I would think about what I could buy with my earnings. Take a break and decide what is best for you later on. I stayed out all last year, but I'm back and making a little change. However, I now have a different attitude about it. I'll be honest about what I did with CLSN. I bought a tiny position on Monday. I felt a little panicky about it Tuesday and I read somewhere that it was "a given that this trial would fail." I thought about it for a minute and sold all. Thankfully only losing my $7 fees. Before, I would have taken a beating and finally realized it was over. I just got lucky this time. Luck is pretty much what goes on in this casino called Wall Street.

      If it's not this company, I do believe someone will find a cure for cancer in my lifetime. I've lost 2 dear people because of it.


    • Stay in touch friend, you have my email
      best of luck...we all learn


    • Good Luck my friend.

      We all will bounce back from this.

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