No, but I'm happy for the people who bought shares at much cheaper prices than the above $30 strong buy recommendations that almost every Bull was posting. It's funny that the Bulls hate the Bears, but yet some of them are buying at cheaper prices.
This seems more like an ego issue. Aaron seems to be determined to be right, and a perfect market timer. If this goes to $35+, then your recommendation at $31 will still have been a good idea. It's easy to play Monday morning quarterback and say why did you recommend this at a much higher PPS. The fact of the matter is that even the best traders are wrong a high portion of the time. I've never met a person that can have perfect timing in stocks or markets with any level of consistency. You shouldn't buy a stock if you don't feel comfortable with a 20% pullback.
LGF is a good buy at $31, but an even better buy at $25. That is why I bought at $31 and bought at $25. At some point in the future we will look in the rear view mirror and question why we didn't buy more at these levels when we are sitting over $40 PPS. We never know when the buyout is coming, so it's best to stay in it for that day. I would be mad at myself for selling because of a $4-$7 correction only to see the thing taken out for a much higher price.