Your perspective is distorted. You sold the stock impulsively then impulsively bought it back when it dipped a mere 40 cents from your sell point. Now, after a stellar two day performance, you say the stock can't hold its gains. This in a nutshell is the problem with day trading. This has been a great two months for people with an actual plan. You might want to get yourself one. It sure beats flying by the seat of your pants. That's it from me. I have sought to advise you and your counterpart but can see that it is a complete waste of my time.
Myself nor Lambo have tried to engage you for any of your perspective ever. Usually we are chatting back and forth about our trades. If you don't like how we do things then don't bother with us. This is exactly what trading is. He's trading on the momentum and in doing so he's locking in profits from this stock bouncing up and down. That in a nutshell is the joy of day trading and to say that it hasn't been a great two months for traders in this stock, or 2 years if you'd look at the chart for INVN, is ignorant. How many times has this stock gone up/down, up/down, up/down over and over??? That is what makes for perfect trading conditions along the way!!!! Please enlighten me as to what you have 'sought' to advise us on? Do tell as i've never asked or sought your advice on anything. PLEASE STOP BEING A CONDESCENDING #$%$ You balk at the idea of buying and selling something for a 40 cent gain. Well, for your info those 40 cent gains add up, WAYYYY UP, when you are trading with 2-3K shares at a time. Do the math, after taxes that is. I really hope this stock goes to 300 dollars so that you can FINALLY sell for that capital gain you're looking for. Just a reminder though, you're going to have to pony up to the man.