So why are you telling people to sell, if you're not in the stock anymore? You're obviously frustrated that it's quite a bit higher than you sold it at. The stock fell on the stock offering, and is just starting to bounce back from that. It was as high as 1.90 on February 7th. I could sell now for a decent profit (bought at 1.20), but I'm gonna hold for bigger gains.
You know, I don't understand that. I sold at 1.30 today, missed out on a few thousand dollars by not holding. But that doesn't make me wish any bad luck for any of the guys who are still holding. If it goes all the way up to $2, good for you guys. If it comes back down, I'll buy back in, however there's no reason for somebody to try to crap on someone else's parade and suggest that they sell immediately.