Very healthy "backing and filling" action, we've seen. I was PARTICULARLY HEARTENED by the support at $3.40, and the swing back up at the end of the day. Everything looks in place to me, for further gains. I don't want to "count my chickens," by any means, but if I am right, it will be very very interesting to see if we are successful in "challenging" $4.75-5.00, and breaking through.
Your characterization of what I do when I buy and sell stocks is, frankly, delusional.
You can't be right all the time. I think it is much worse to sit on one's hands and HOLD a stock, for "fear" of missing gains, than to act on ones convictions....IF one has a basis for those convictions. I think the fact that I am up about 145% in the last 10 weeks shows that, in general, the AGGRESSIVE repositioning I did in my portfolio, during "the crisis," was eminently successful.
The proof is in the pudding. ALL of it. Not a microscopic aspect.
Yeah. If you look at all the volume, it's hardly a market I can "dominate," at this point. (The largest my position ever was was 200,000, or less than .5% of the entire company. Now down to 80K shares, which I'm firmly holding for prices considerably above $4.)
The notion of not taking gains, on all the shares I bought at .51-.80 or so would have been downright reckless. (We may agree on THAT, at least.)
You should have been BUYING at $1, and below.....instead of carping.