No thanks. I already own enough shares. Only buy as many shares of a stock as you are comfortable owning. For me that's less than 10 percent. Don't get greedy.
What is so funny is that we all wish we had bought more at lower prices when the stock was at 108. Now that the stock is cheaper people are complaining.
Wow, I've been investing for 25 years and I've never heard of anything like this. I 'm going to sell all my positions at the opening. I sure am lucky to have discovered this thread.
Agreed. Analysts always drop their ratings after a stock has already plummeted and issue a buy rating after a huge run up in the stock. Those who go against conventional wisdom and take a risk are the investors who are rewarded the most.
Who taught you how to write? You really should try periods at the end of a sentence. You're post was painful to read.
Echo. GILD already represents about 10 percent of my portfolio but was responsible for about 50 percent of my intraday losses. These people who are loading up to the extent that GILD is over 20 percent of their portfolio are throwing risk management out the window. In any event I would up in the green by the close because of my other positions.
Most hedge funds are smart enough to be long GILD, not short.
After receiving so much flak for golfing immediately after his speech on the beheading of James Foley, Obama should just stay on the golf course while deciding how to handle Putin's attempts to annex Ukraine.