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  • lapnirop lapnirop Oct 29, 2001 11:05 PM Flag

    Don't be bitter

    GeorgeyBoy, you do seem bitter, settle down I am not the owners son and I am not brownnosing.
    If WEX drops belsow 70 again I will be diving in for another pile of shares. I believe in this company an I am putting my money where my typewriting is. If you don't like the company and you think it is dying get out, dont ride it to the bitter end, get out and enjoy life with the money you have left from the ten shares you showed the guts to buy.

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    • georges10

      I agree with all your points about the company. I would rethink the idea of buying more to average down. Take the stock loss and reinvest in a company that CAN get you back to your original position. You could take the loss (get those tax benefits) and wait thirty days and re-buy Winland (which I bet you wouldn't)if you believed in its future. :)

    • Just so you know George (since you appear to be the only one I'm chatting with) I did what I said I would and for beter or worse and I certaonly believe better I bought 1500.00 dollars worth of WEX today for a grand total of 2400 (roughly) shares. Now either you can laff at me later or I can be glad I bought in when I did. Good luck on your shares as well.

 
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