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Dana Holding Corporation Message Board

  • iwantlegos iwantlegos Jan 28, 2012 11:39 PM Flag

    Any of you guys buy this when it was at $0.23 per share?


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    • I don't remember when DAN was that low. I bought the stock in March 2009 @$.60 since then I have sold all of my shares. GL

    • bresidori Feb 14, 2012 12:34 AM Flag

      I bought 10k shares @ .58 it's a sore subject for me . I could see Dana got dragged down way too far along with everything else in 08 , I also bought select comfort @.28 along with many around $1 . I held on to Dana sold @ 6.50 and sold select around 9.00 . I made a tremendous return in a short time , but turned around and got burned in biotech . If I had just held on I would've turned less than 10k into 500k , but instead got greedy and tried to day trade . It's a cruel market and you never know until it's too late . I did buy back 1000 shares of Dana before christmas at $10 ish . Wish I'd bought more now- funny thing I once had 10,000 shares now just happy to make a return . Im sure there's someone scewed up even worse than me -let's here it . This is your Dana support group

    • Believe it or not, I bought some with a small amount of money I had left after making other purchases at .20 (1600) shares. I traded several times for .40, repurchasing at .20 -+. One day, it jumped while I was not holding and I had to pay about .90 to get back in with about 800 shares. I rode it up and sold at 17.00 -+, making about 12K. I used profits for other stocks, but I have recently bought back in at $10 and I'm up about 53%. It has been a great stock for me, but I sure wished I had kept the original 1700 shares at .20 just for the super story it would have made (and the profits).


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