Well, my point before was that it was FOOLISH to not have a good CHUNK of "long-term exposure" here, at this point. You could have waited for $1.01, and owned no shares, and if you "missed out," on the way to $5-10 in the next 2 years, you'd be kicking yourself. I'm looking to probably increase my position around 40%, if it drops to 70-80 cents, and 75% if it drops to 60 cents. I doubt it will get below 70-75 cents, though. Or even 80-82 cents. But once it starts "flirting" with breaking below $1, it's dumb to be buying shares at, say, 96-98 cents. After all, the short-term support has been BROKEN.