GPRO dropped to $13.12 and then recovered to $13.42. I simply put in buy order then near low of day at $13.13. I was surprised it executed.
It's fine if you don't believe me. You are on ignore!
I got out at $96.18. Way too early. But then again, I held it all of 15 minutes only. So can't complain...
" It's only gained back more than 50% since its low for the year"
Need to correct your math here. Low of year was $2.55. Currently trading at $6.48. That's a 154% gain.
It's called "sell on the news".
Long-term the bill is good for SUNE and solar. But short-term it might sell off since the catalyst for rally has passed.
candysamples123, you are now working overtime bashing this stock today.
It looks to me like markets are attempting a recovery from intraday low. That will only help SUNE.
What level did you short at?
Other solars are slowly recovering now. Let's see what SUNE can do today.
I rationalized not selling at the opening spike telling myself that I was only playing with house money now. That was a big mistake. The other solar stocks (with the exception of SCTY) are tanking now along with the market selloff. I would be glad if SUNE can recover to $6.47 (yesterday's high) but I highly doubt it.
My order executed at $5.73. Remember folks, this is a live trade I'm posted. I have a +82% gain buffer so I'm not too worried today.
For those who don't give a *^$^, please ignore my posts.
I placed order to buy back shares at $5.73 as a day-trade. Let's see if that executes.
$5.73 was the pre-market high. I figure if markets stay positive, it should not drop below that level today.
mayank_usa, I would like to know what your entry is. For a stock that is still down -85% from 52-week high, the shorts still have large gains and nothing to panic about.
Before you accuse me of short, I'm long with average from $3.33. But you don't see me constantly pumping this stock. Are you pumping this stock because you got in at the high-end and desperately want to get out?
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