The point of a stop loss is to limit downside. If you want to limit downside, use a stop loss for some/all shares. In this case as we seem to have strong positive indicators, I'd tend to think you'd *consider* a stop loss on just a subset of shares. Depending your goals/objectives, this might be a "tight" stop loss, or not.
No way that happens for general population, but within the realm of possibility for CKD. such as event would of course be huge.
Maybe it's just me, but I don't wanna be ANYWHERE NEAR that. So he call IT his "portfolio"?
"Peter will be pumping his largest holding in his Portfolio"
Pumping his Peter? (How do you think Peter spends his time.)
I think you'll find:
( RA Capital Management, LLC – 9.9% ) = ( Peter Kolchinsky – 9.9% )
Meaning total is not 27.5 % , rather no greater than 17.6%
"They" are probably the one incessant rambling poster, who yet again today, forgot to take his Thorazine.
Yeah I'm WAY too overweight w/my base position in this stock, let alone when I extend to the gills trading long-wise (add low, take profit higher).