If he gains the whole world, yet loses his own soul....
Fear has a funny effect on people.
The old saying applies to investing/trading: "The fear of loss is greater than the fear of gain."
Yet, there comes a point, in which, if one is still long on NLS, that the "Fear" factor has quite "numbed" them. If they still hold, they probably will continue to do so. That's why it will be interesting to see if it goes back up to 13 a little over a month from now like it did on April 8th. $10.50 will be a key mark.
That "numbed" factor will either be to their benefit, or to their demise.
We can't see what will be the end result until we come to it.....
I'm a lot less sure about the trading. But I haven't realized any losses ... ok maybe that sounds lame, but I still have my hopes for a full recovery.
Below are my profits from NLS so far. I have learned the following lessons: 1. Never post to (or read) a stock message board. 2. Never argue finance with someone who can't read, write, or do simple arithmetic. 3. Never argue at all with someone whose sole ethical conviction is that he is infallible. 4. Don't buy options. If I do buy them, and if said options trade at twice what I paid, sell the fuckers immediately.