The short attacks now are too feeble to even trigger a maintenance call, let alone a margin sell out. I try to have maximum margin on SRPT. As the stock goes up each day I use my new account value to buy on dips the next day (I love debt). The shorting can no longer keep the stock down long enough to trigger a margin sell out order.
Those whom the market would hurt most are those busy patting their own backs thinking they've mastered her! We'll soon see how much you really love debt.
May God watch over and protect you from all harm...Bud
Bud, how to put this.....ummm, God needs to help YOU out, seriously. This nonsense you've been spewing out here is starting to sound and smell desperate. It's not that charts and analysis don't have their place in stocks, they seriously do. But God is much wiser than that...he would never be interested in whether the stock went from $38.45 to $25 or to $113.56. He actually has a day job!
He cares about Max and his bro and every suffering DMD kid on the planet, plus.... every other kid out there, including the millions suffering and dying right now. Young investors don't need your help....YOU need help. Listen to Shimp and understand that you are confused. And please, please stop using God in your posts...pray to God instead.
Bud, I'll be 72 in September. Debt has been good to me all my life in real estate. It won't change now. So the answer to your question is that God has already shown that He protects me and I'm not afraid of debt. I bought SRPT between $10 and $12 so not much harm could come my way compared to my gains.