I wouldn't do what you did. Of course this could go back to $3.25, but it could easily jump to $5 or $6 over a few days and then you'd kick yourself. Why sell when you _know_ how extremely undervalued XIN actually is? Your gain on 400 shares is nothing. It is one decent (certainly not fancy) dinner out.
You have less than 10 grand in this game. That's peanuts relative to how much time you spend here. Quit blowing your chance to make some real gains.
Well to paraphrase and old saying a 1000 here and a 1000 there and pretty soon you're talking about REAL money. I have sold into rallies many times with this stock. That is why I have money to buy on downturns. There may come a time that the stock will go straight up but I doubt it. Don't know how much money you have but my entire portfolio is only $120,000. Sorry if that doesn't measure up to your Romney sized portfolio.
How old are you? If you're in your twenties, then you are O.K. If you're in your thirties, you need to catch up soon. If you're in your forties, then that is pathetic. If you're older, then #$%$ have you been doing with your life?!?
If you've only amassed 120 grand, then I'd be hard pressed for a reason for anyone to listen to you regarding financial matters. If you had the skills that you think you have, then you'd have far more, even in your twenties.