There is a wonderful book titled, "Reminiscences of a Stock Operator" by Edwin Lefevre. It is about the legendary stock operator Jesse Livermore. One of the wisest things that Mr. Livermore advises in the book is on page #57.
He writes: "After spending many years in Wall Street and making and losing millions of dollars I want to tell you this: It was never my thinking that made me the big money. It was the SITTING! It is not trick at all to be right in the market. However, it is the sitting which made me the most money. Men who can both be right, and sit tight are uncommon."
If you purchased shares of EZPW you made the right decision. Now you must sit tight and wait for your returns.
I agree! After 42 years of stock market investing, that approach has worked best for me. I haven't sold a share of EZPW, bought at 30 (I'm a late-comer compared to garp_trader, ezpwjunky, etc.) I used to trade a lot more and lost out on Dell, Compaq by selling after a couple of dollars profit and I am talking about buying a couple thousand shares the first year or 2 after the stocks went public. Nuf sed! Of course we all know that for every Dell or Compaq, there are hundreds/thousands of stocks that don't work out or we would all be rich!