Big rally 15 minutes before close on heavy volume!
I was way too cautious: bought TUES at 60 cents and sold it for 62 cents for a nice profit. Now, what's wrong with that picture?
Answer: I was hoping to get back in cheaper on a pullback. You see where that got me--sure, a profit, but I missed the forest in chopping down the lone tree. (OK, I mangled the expression.)
Be slow to act here. Longtimefollower, don't start putting in sell orders, even at limits no lower than $4 or $5. Do you reaaaaaally think TUES is overvalued at, say, $5/share and must be sold? I'll answer for you: No. Just ride it out to $15, $25, $30, whatever. Maybe you'll just collect dividends and never feel inclined to sell TUES. Don't second-guess yourself.
And remember that this advice comes from a master investor who sold SMRT at $1.01 on 12/31/2008.
TUES? Kept? Me? I own none! Yes, I'm that bad at this: I sold every last share at 62 cents in the hope of buying 'em back at 50 cents... 40 cents .... (?) What on earth was I thinking? Wait a minute, there's an unwarranted assumption there.