from the UNH deal. Sure, you had a nice little pop but with the surprising surge in earnings you would have gotten more of a surge that reasonably could have ended in the $70's. MME didn't really get a premium. They sold out way too cheap. MME could have easily been a $100 stock in 6-12 months and they did't make UNH pay a fair price for their growth.
True, but UNH is also a very good stock. It is one of the cases where I actually owned both not realizing they were going to merge. So be thankful you owned MME if you got a pop, because UNH took a hit.