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Author: sonar69 Three stars, 500 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 36682  
Subject: Re: HDWR Date: 6/30/2001 1:09 AM
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HDWR

This is the first time I have ever gotten out of a stock only to see it go straight up. I know I should be happy with $1.34, and I am I guess. For some reason, missing the huge run up feels worse than taking a loss.

I set the limit sell because I think we rally for a while and I wanted to use proceeds for other buys that are moving better. Had to go work for the last 2 hours of the market.

Again, congradulations to those that were long HDWR today.



I am still holding HOMS short. It hasnt moved up that much and I dont mind. I really think it will tank once we start down again and I will make money. What is hurting though is that I cant use the funds to buy stocks long. I should have closed position in this updraft and reentered.

Go CREE! My only saving grace since missing HDWR.




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