ICN will hold above 20 for awhile, until the next bad news from Eastern Europe - and also South America... Devaluations are coming even in places like Venezuela. Goldman Sachs said so yesterday. More defaults on money owed ICN are around the corner. Then, the bearish chart of ICN will fulfill its destiny. If you can ride out the next drop, hold on by all means.
I accept as unadulterated bull-shit any post than nails the price action of any, yes any, stock without the writer thereof placing their life in jeapordy were they to be proven wrong. Talk is cheap and most of the cheap come with nothing more than talk. I hope you are wise enough an this juncture to get the drift, but, I continue to wonder. I consider it as a "wind-breaker" rather than as breaking of silence with wisdom. Remember just like ass holes, everybody has one. Some have/are bigger asses than others.