ok.OK. No need to twist that hard.
I admit it.
It's all my fault. Sorry guys.
The most solid and proven rule of investment is that as soon as I sell the stock it flies high.
And when I buy it goes up 10% for 5 minutes and then it's all downhill.
I've been holding EMAN for long time.
On the brighter side - I haven't been buying neither as I stretched my margin to the max.
Just bear with me till November - I'll know by that time how much can I write off.
I think we're suffering from STOCKholm syndrome (sorry). We are identifying with the stock that is holding us captive. Lets face it, wer're all afraid that we'll sell out one day and the next they will announce huge new contracts or a big buyout. Pour the grog.