Bulls make money, bears make money. Pigs get slaughtered.
I paid as low as $1.03 so I cant go broke taking a profit.
I guess I will hold the rest for near $10 which may or may not ever come.
Recently added positions in SFY at $12.06 and DGIT at $6.01-6.25. My guess is those two have a better risk/reward profile.
yeah and i bought a 1000 shares of berkshire hathaway in 1965 at 4 bucks a share and its 167,000 a share now. take a hike you lying sackashit douche. jetsteveco starting a new pump job on sft and dgit?
BTW - if you really added to SFY and DGIT - then the word for that is you are a fool. Both company's are off the chart risky. Anyone in investing would take one look at these two company's and laugh.
Think I will open a casual-build your own fast pizza place in the size of a subway shop, buy the fast oven and throw on a fancy name....$5.00 pizza & a combo $6 w/drink...no advertising, no franchise fee's...maybe I will pitch my idea to Pizza Hut, Domino'st and LC....they probably never thought about it........
Ok so you watch CNBC. Do you think Cramer paints the same story for all stocks with the same brush? So forget the anecdotal sing-song gibberish, what you did was leave $1 for every share you sold on the table. I do not know Mr. Cramer nor did I ever meet him, but I suspect he would be telling people like you not to remove the shoes from a marathon runner before the race starts. His approach to PIGS applies to well established company's that have run ups where he wants people to lock in with gains. This company is a speculative play and he views these much differently. So you are not a bull or pig in this environment. There are other words to describe you. But in the end you simply invest in a way that makes you comfortable.
Could be stock of year. Has taken years to get company this far. Looks like everyone wants in. Shorts think they can make some quick money and have to cover as it moves higher. Regret not hold buffalo wild wings 10 years ago when it IPO'd. Company is going to make a lot of people wealthy.