I've learned a lot from this debacle: __________________ TMF Money Advisor
1. Trying to figure out when a falling stock is going to stop falling is close to impossible.
2. When traders price a stock as if a deal is going to fall through, believe them.
3. Too often I have been upset with myself for not getting in on a stock when it subsequently rose. Rarely do I give myself any credit for not getting in on a stock when it subsequently falls. I thought about buying in at $20, $10, and $5. I never did. That failure to act saved me $2,000.
4. No company is too big, too dominant in its industry, too anything to fail.
5. Demand full information. When a company refuses to give it, assume the worst.
I strongly suspect they'll be shutting this board down soon, but it's been fun watching everybody talk about this. Best of luck to all.
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I've learned a lot from this debacle:
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