As I said I don't own AOL and am waitingon the side line to jump in. I feel bad that you got caught in this storm, the only thing you can do is ride it out. Just look at this way. When (not if) things settle, a lot of people will jump in and push this winner up. Add to that the fact that shorts will have to cover. I think shorts will see rude awaking this Wed. Good luck all.
I wonder what it would feel like to go from 175 to 92. I repeat 92. 1. Any sleepless nights? 2. Blood pressure been going up? 3. How's your marriage doing? 4. Can't retire now? 5. When will AOL ever go back up? 6. Are there better stocks out there? 7. Will NetZero be AOL's demise? 8. Is the stock still overvalued? 9. If the court's ruling couldn't help...what will? 10. Did you buy on margin? 11. Is your wife asking you, how YOU lost all this money?
Sounds like there are alot of questions concerning AOL's Future.
If you sold...Thank you for selling out of FEAR.
If any of the above is true, should you really be investing? Is investing ruining your life? Please seek
counseling. I don't want to see any one hurt or their family hurt. I care. thank you
Everyone has a breaking point. Think about your investments logically and calmly. If you see anything good on the horizon then hang in there. Don't be a fool-be rational. At least-if you lose all of your money you won't be able to blame it on a panic attack.
i made $800,000 last year because i did not panic sell. The big boys are collecting the bits (little at a time so you don't notice it)and pieces being thrown in by the small investor. This is foolish. Aol has not changed much between $175 and $90. Would you buy a car at $35,000 now and sell it back to the dealer for 17,000 in 2 months. Just hold on or even better, buy more (i am not kidding).