Don't get too overconfident. There are a lot of investors who bought just after the split announcement while the stock was going straight up who thought they couldn't lose and it would never drop--even $1--let alone crash down 40%. If they held through the downturn--as unbelievable as it seems--they are almost all in the black right now. But the market is very fickle----like Heidi Klum says about fashion---one day you're in, and the next day---you're out. Right now it's 3D's turn to be in---hopefully it lasts a little longer.
mgm..things look different now then back in feb with the split mess..staples for one thing..that alone is big news..their last earnings was very good. theres alot of good news now with them. Will be interesting to see who they buy next.
I'm one of those people that bought in the 60s and held through the post split disaster. I thought this was going to be dead money through the end of the year and am amazed that I can now think about taking a gain. I probably should, but I trade through a Roth IRA that I won't withdraw from for another 30 years, so the value of this right now doesn't mean that much to me.
i also shorting funny games 300 share and buying the put option. i still forum talking. i not afraid this. i always in forum. like even when i shareholder buying $32 and price going down to $30, i still in forum talking with shorter laughing me losing the money. Some even calling "rookie trader" because money gains one day but money loss another say I not take chance selling. This ok.