Reading all the posts from the newbies makes you realize they haven't got a clue how the markets work. Everyday it's a new excuse why they are losing their money. Unfortunately the longs will end up supporting them through their capital gains taxes.
I just got short only a little at $26.88 today and covered my last shorts under $23 the day of the bombing. If I was you I would take my profit. They will still show a loss in this quarter when most are looking for a surprise. Price match hits margins, cost cutting will last for only so long and up about 117% so far this year there had better be a nice quarter with nice guidance. There is still 21 days for traders to play but come the 21st there are no more excuses. This sale today will hit "earnings" by $200 million and I would guess they will be writing the rest of these pretty big losses from this sale in quarters going forward. Amazon, Walmart and price clubs are hitting their business and those are the facts. They faded the Samsung rally which was a "game-changer" so I guess selling a losing investment must be a "game-changer" too. This may not be the last Wall Street pump and dump. Just my take.
Sounds like you've become very good at talking yourself out of making money.
I played golf today, I'm playing again tomorrow, and taking the boat out Thursday. I don't want to watch CNBC and stare at the ticker all day.