you people are whining pieces of #$%$.you all play the market because youre all greedy fooks.nothing wrong with that.so stop your cryin and whining,oh i cant sleep at night, what if i lose a lot of money,just leave your money in 1% cds and get off the MB.
You put $200,000 in and now have $300,000. Why not sell enough to wind your position down to just $100,00. That gets ALL of your original investment out. That makes your SRPT SHARES FREE SHARES! Put
half of that original investment ($100,000) in STARBUCKS. and the other half ($100,000) in Proctor & Gamble ; and you won't have to worry so much. You will make a heck of a lot of money with a heck of a lot less worry. At your age; LESS WORRY means you'll live longer to enjoy whatever you make!
God bless and lots of luck!
Bud, my wife (40 years) and I have plenty of other "conservative" assets. SRPT was my gamble play. I've enjoyed the action on this one and intend to hold everything until an up/down decision on AA or other clear news either way. I didn't mean to give the impression that was betting the house on SRPT. I appreciate your consideration. Keep the advice coming. One thing I've learned in life is how LITTLE I know. There's no urgent need to take up a collection for us, and I sleep just fine. I enjoy the insanity on the board. It's funny. SDIJC
Just how tall are you anyway? You keep whining about the little guy. You don't happen to live in a village with a yellow brick road running through it, do you? Seriously, I'm just a private investor and I've survived and done very well in the markets for about 30 years now. What exactly is your beef? Sure, money goes to money, and larger assets have distinct advantages, but that is nature. Bigger fish eat smaller fish and so on. You don't see sardines whining, do you? Man up down there in Munchkinland!
SRPT is insanely volatile. That's why I've been trading it. If you're really worried, either put a stop in or sell it. My barometer for holding a stock is whether I can sleep at night owning it. If not, I move on. That said, SRPT has huge potential- but not without a good amount of risk. Good luck....with SRPT and the 65 yr old!!!