Susan - if you understood mining - which you don't. Then you would know that NAK, if permitted, would be worth $50 per share. Despite the terrible sentiment and that almost all juniors miners are within 10% of 52 week lows. The CEO of Anglo American isn't going anywhere. And what scares me is you telling everyone to sell when the stock is at 3 standard deviations away from its intrinsic value. I'm sure you told people to sell F at $2, LNG at $3, WFM at $8, SBUX at $7, etc. etc. LMFAO!!
I tour mines as part of the due diligence process. I've been to several EPA superfund sites. I have a real keen understanding of the EPA's power. I know the emotional investor will likely rant on about federal overreach, that's the standard response from someone who can't grasp what is actually happening. The inability of the retail investor to adapt to a new reality is why they always lose.
You're addressing so many posts directly at me, it almost seems like you're on the verge of stalking me. I understand the instability, I would be too if I was paralyzed in a long position, unable to sell and admit that a mistake was made. Unable to admit that I don't have the discipline to set a sell-stop. Unable to admit that you probably don't understand the mining business.
Ultimately, it's the inability to take emotion out of the equation and protect the small amount of capital you have left.