In my humble opinion, being a jerk is a fairly decent way to loosen the cap and let stuff go. I understand jerks, because I can be a really good one, too. But no one knows that, so don't tell. I have a jerk question for you though. Is your name "drawnfire911" or is it a play on letters for "dr on fire 911"? That just goes with scrutinizing lots of charts.
Believe me, I am happy to have gotten someone's shares at this valuation. Only 60 of them though. But someone bought mine 2 points higher.
Hey, WW. I believe you. It's not a bad thing we've done, right? Coming clean, my first trade was 24 something. But I made a sell, didn't designate lot and so it's gone. I didn't know until after the grace period that the trade could have been corrected for tax purposes. This position is one of the longest of my lifetime, but should gone a little differently. The most important - to have gone gangbusters at the very beginning instead of a massive number of small buys. Next time. I buy and sell frequently, including today. There's much I don't know.