That was a 16% swing for the day, but we clawed back 2/3 of it before the close. (Taken from the high end of the spike a few days ago, it was a move of about 25%.) Good luck to traders trying to ride this bull!
I happily picked up some more at 1.65. I suppose I might have saved a nickel if I'd been trailing my bid, but I'd rather just keep a stink bid on GTC and not have to watch the market all day. We'll be back to new highs before you can say "the early bird gets the worm."
Cool Beans! :)
This is my cousin
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I'm sending your son's team good vibes for the game. :)
My thinking is even now, these prices are a steal! Will we rival the SLW s/p? I don't know, but I believe if anyone can, Nolan will. Since he built SLW in the first place.
Hold on to your Rye! I think a buyout will come sooner rather than later.
I believe your CPR could come in handy with the turns in the market over the next six months. I did get a few more shares of Rye yesterday. Paid more at the end of January so was glad to pick it up.
My daughter's soccer games went well. My son's team travels to play at UNCW this week (where your cousin played? Right) Could be a long weekend for JMU.
Still looking at the other one.
I did get some SG at 1.65, yesterday, not quite bargin basement but when I put it in a week ago thought that would be a good price to get some more at. Buy on the dips and hold!
I do enjoy reading your posts..
Interesting. Blood Bourne pathogens and CPR refresher. Had a good time though. The class was well laid out and our instructor was knowledgeable.
It's stuff that I already knew, but good to go over. :)
Thanks Mick! :)
How was the game the other day?
ps... Look at my junior explorer.....
Ok, I don't feel so bad now :)
I was chasing my tail yesterday too - didn't get online until about 10:30 or so. Started with a limit order of 1.55, then upped it to 1.60, and finally just placed a market order at 1.61, which ended up going through at 1.64.
So far I've only purchased between 500 - 1000 shares at a time, so I am not too concerneed with the missed opportunities. At this point it is almost just a game to try and get the best price. But using agressive limit orders and watching the market all day can definitely be a tedious.
You gotta have a life outside the market. Being mobile is invaluable!
With our management, I don't worry about the short term fluctuations, as I know that Nolan does have us in mind, so where he goes as far as wealth, we go. And, that is piece of mind.
Have a great day all! Taking medical refresher courses today. :)
Can't remember if it was you shiny, but someone said if they would buy back at 1.50 and I really did not think we would pull back that far yet under 1.50, and so quickly. I did buy some more yesterday at 1.61 even though i did not pick up much since i did not have alot of dry powder I could not pass up the opportunity.
That was supposed to be The Worm Turns, of course. But considering all the market manipulation going on in gold and silver, I rather like the way it came out. (I think we all know who the worms are.)