DurangoKidd says let it ride. This is just the first inning of a nine inning game. I understand about not being greedy but... If you study wealthy people you will see they hang in there. Look at Warren Buffet and Bill Gates and many of the original Apple founders. They held onto their shares for many years. Now investors think a month is a long holding period. But to each their own I guess.
Not every company is AAPL or MSFT, those were different times and the cusp of the computer revolution back in the 80's was just getting into high gear. No one could have predicted the bubble, and subsequent bursting of it in early 2000's
How funny is that -- mining questioning someone's credibility. If you're the board buffoon and don't realize it,that must make you a DOUBLE BUFFOON.
He bumbles along from topic to topic not even knowing what an expression means or what people are talking about and throws in something stupid.
That's what I thought watson. Good for you.Some that were suicidal at $2 are now over the top the other way.A person has to have a game plan and stick with it.
I have stock and options and as it moves higher am leaning to a higher option ratio - an example - sell 1,000 shares at $7 -- buy 10 calls (which would control 1,000 shares) at say $2. A person would take $5,000 off the table and still control the same number of shares.The downside - premiums are very high.
Anyway - many different strategies -- whatever works for a person and what they're comfortable with.
I told my wife that when it got to $10 I was gonna sell about $100.000 and take out my original investment... That would leave me $300,000 still invested in the Armegheddon with no risk on my original investment... I think I will stick to that plan........