Who? Me tense? I am one of the most laid back people around. Unlike you if I make a mistake I take my losses and move on. Stocks are like buses, there is always another chance to ride one in a few minutes.
As to having friends I doubt you do unless they are into listening to the same boring crap over and over. I prefer stimulating company myself - people who think and have new thoughts. Like I said though I am laid back and would rather have 1 or 2 intelligent, stimulating friends than dozens of boring people in my life.
I'm sorry you couldn't attend a 4 year university but I bet you were a star pupil at the Community College. I say good for you - you did the best you could with what you had to work with.
Now take all that money and maybe, just mabe you can afford a meal at Mickey D's.
Little tense, techie? I have more than enough friends and money, douchebag. Unlike you, who it seems could muster only enough mental energy to gain acceptance to that academic powerhouse known as Va Tech (also known as "another 4 years of high school"). Go peddle your crap to a simpleton, I am sure Stil is out there somewhere, you can huddle with him and do the BB&T circle jerk to a picture of Ayn Rand (after he takes his viagra).
That's right you can't retro trade stocks. You need foresight not hindsight.
Next trading op (buying op) coming up soon.
As to what can you do? It is usually best to admit you screwed the pooch, sell the stock, reinvest the proceeds elsewhere, take a loss against any profits elsewhere and/or a tax write off. Move on instead of hanging around harassing others which makes you no money or friends.
Good for you, glad everything worked out. There is life after BB&T then, glad you escaped. Not many do. As to the fact that you wished you could have made your move earlier, hindsight is always 20/20. For example, I wish I had never bought BB&T stock, but what can you do.