It depends on what your original strategy was. Were you planning on swing trading it or holding it until an announcement is made about the fate of the company and conservatorship? If you need access to the funds, then watch for a bounce on monday and hopefully get out with a little profit so you can re-evaluate without the stress.
It could be worse: I got in at 2.10 and 2.43, then got trapped in the trade watching it drop to today's levels. When I realized today was pure panic selling, I actually took a small loss on another stock so I could buy in on this dip. Now my basis is 2.04, and I would not hesitate to jump out at break-even or even a small loss.
I wish I could hold until the government makes an announcement, and take the pain in the short-term, but I can't. If you didn't plan on long-term, then break even or take a small loss on Monday. If opening volume on Monday is comatose with the price continuing to slide, I would advise you get out immediately and cut your losses.
I have bought mine $2.98 and there is no way to sell it. It's coming back and higher. Do not pay attention to the price now. This stock is much stronger than what the people think. It's going no where just up but be long.
It is affected by a bashing article from 3 shet reporters from Bloomberg Business week. Those 3 shet keep posting old news over and over again to scare people.
Those 3 shet are so stupid. Congress doesn't care ????? No one can against the law, OK ? Congress makes the law. If they against what they made it passed, who would follow it ?????
Wait until Monday for the gap up. It's obvious the price is being pinned here to accumulate. They can't let it get much cheaper as hoards of retail will flood the gates at exponentially affordable prices. The company is solid and so the stock will be as well.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Think of the reason that you brought, if the reason is purely speculation, then check to see if that speculation is still true.........
Read the articles out there from Analysts, and don't listen to the pumpers