I agree with you. There is a bit more to my story. This investment was in my 401k at the firm from which I retired last year. Now that I broke even, I can roll this entire account to my TD Ameritrade IRA - where my pension lump sum resides. Did not want to take a loss with the rollover, and cannot hold for the dividend. Also had too large an investment in the single equity for my plan. Was violating my self-imposed rules to break even before having to rollover. Yes, I may well buy the stock again - when I am in position to hold it for the dividend. I'm happy with the outcome, and looking forward to better overall performance when all my disparate accounts are brought together in one place!
I was long LINE. First shares purchased at $41 quite a while back. Stayed the course, and purchased more on the declines. Must admit I questioned my sanity when it hit the low $20's. Ended up with an average share price of $28.35. Sold all shares today at $28.36. This stock may well go back to $40 or more, but I'm glad to be off the roller coaster! My sincere best wishes to all longs here.