Not even one share. DO NOT SELL. RESIST THE URGE. THE MORE PEOPLE THAT DO NOT SELL, THE QUICKER IT GETS TO $1.15.
It's quite simple. DO NOT SELL.
Wow, $1.15 was some number for anyone to predict WAY back on June 18th, 2009, and yet that is EXACTLY the number I called for. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm. . . . . . . . . . .
And yet so many others have their followers on this board. Interesting. Truly interesting.
Good luck to all true longs. Live long . . . . . . . . . . . . .and prosper.
That's fine. I was merely pointing out ----- IN JUNE OF 2009 ---- that longs should not sell until $1.15.
Duke and others, even recently, let the $1.15 window slide right by until the stock went down another 13% and THEN tried to tell people they should have sold at $1.15 because they feel the stock will retrace into the .90's.
Some people close the barn door AFTER the horses have run out of the barn.
I like to tell you in advance.
Follow the advice of whoever you want. It's your money, people.
why don't you make it an even $2 bucks! it's to bad,the majority of folks on this stock are daytraders.at some point in the near future,SIRI...will get some great news,and cause a major squeeze.close to 70 million scum bag shorts,on this stock..... BURN SHORTY,BURN!!!!!! geo1
"why don't you make it an even $2 bucks!"
Please go back and look when I started this thread and asked people to hold until $1.15. It was JUNE OF 2009.
Some questioned then (check the posts) why I didn't say a nice clean $1 or $2 target back then. Well, the results speak for themselves. Those that followed my advice, back then, in June of 2009, would have held until $1.15 and sold about a week ago. They would then have had the past week to figure out if they wanted to buy back to enjoy the next wave (which I definitely believe is coming.) And if they bought back at around $1.00 they could pick up about 15% more shares for the same amount of money.
That is called wise investing. :-)
Remember, when I started this thread IN JUNE OF 2009, others were advising to sell at .50/share, .60 share or other sub-dollar price. Not me. I stand by the results. :-)
My advice today? Buy back in, if you did sell at $1.15, at $1.02 -- today's price. Then, once again, sit back and hold, hold, hold and look at the PPS around Thanksgiving.
Live long . . . . . . . . . . .and prosper.