Wishing I would have been quick enough to catch the opportunity buy back in at @ $.0285 this morning. By the time I checked charts, contemplated the risk/reward of giving back gains, sat right through it. Was quick.
Not bashing. I got out yesterday with a nice one-week gain, and warned others to sell prior to earnings and EOD when pps started weakening.
Will get back in sometime after the dust settles and a new entry point presents itself.
Feel bad for those caught up in the hype of baseless pumpers who prey on newbies, etc.
Careful of anyone saying $x.00, when no one knows. And if it ever does land at $x.00, doesn't mean it's going to be in a few days. Could be weeks, could be months or years, with lots of ups and downs mixed in along the way.
If you have a limited amount of funds and only have a few shares, don't get greedy.
Make a little here and a little there. Lock in gains when those gains mean a lot of money to you.
Looks like you have about $450 invested here. Don't get greedy.
You can always look back and say "If only I had left it in there, look at it now." and bemoan not getting a larger gain. But there's nothing worse than hoping for a home run, thinking you can hold a stock forever and it'll just keep going up and you'll make a small fortune. Just to see it go back down, and then go under where you bought.
I've had that sickening feeling too many times.
Have now learned to take a gain, and move on when it feels right.
So many variables, too. News of reverse splits, stock dilution, bad earnings, etc. can push the price down.
If you can make a few hundred bucks on your $450 "bet", like a 50% or better gain in a few days, sometimes it's smart to take it.
ALL just my opinion.
The ID was made for Fitch Rating Services years ago when they were getting it all wrong on mortgage servicers and mortgage insurers.
Get over it. Get over yourself.
This guy sounds iffy at best.
If Obama needed a new campaign manager,.......you know what I mean?
You HAVE to hold until the morning. GOOD LUCK!
you'll need it