It didn't seem like preaching to me. I took it as how investors can deal with difficult days and the information was especially appropriate for this board at this time. I appreciate a diversity of opinions and encourage others to express themselves ... that's what makes this country and economy so strong. Thanks to Yahoo we have an ignore button for people whose opinion we don't appreciate.
Just wait. When they are done making money the price per share will go back up. If you are on margin, perhaps you should rethink this in the short term.
It is a hollow potential. At this point MBIA has only survived and now has the opportunity to rebuild their business. And yes considering how far they fell ... there is much potential for upside. But increasing share value will require more than potential. MBIA will need to stabilize their financials and start to show consistent improvement in revenues, cash flow and profit. When that occurs the price will skyrocket. Until then it looks to be a good trading stock.... buying and shorting.
You sound like a guy who fell in love with a stock. It drops 20% in a few weeks and you claim everyone is wrong. It doesn't matter what you think. I matters what the market thinks.