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From Motley Fool 11th-Hour Tax Moves
It is quite frustrating when a stock goes up 25%. Listen guy, either you believe in the company or you don't. If you do, have a nice, hot steaming cup of shut the
Oh I believe in the technology and INAP's position in it at the moment. I'm not a "day trader" but would like to take some profit (not a loss) by EOYr 2003. Been holding 10 K shrs a $2.25 cost basis for past two months.
I'll whine anytime I want and you'll enjoy it while you're having your "hot steaming cup of shut the
I'll own it and trade it and own it and trade it own it and trade it own it and trade it own it and trade it...
And people like you will hold onto your measley holding forever until the stock is either no longer competitive, the technology is passed up or the mgmt runs it into the ground and you lose in the end. Seen it too many times.