Probably not. Though I'd like to point out - "volatile" is correct. As to "heck of a drop" I know we get concerned when we see a 10% drop, but don't forget the big ups, either. On January 18th it closed at $65.82 (after opening at $63.67 - a nice rise in itself) but closed the following Monday at $69.80 (after hitting a high of $71.22).Volatility goes both ways. Even with today's drop it is significantly higher than it was a month ago....(And pretty much everyone has been expecting a price consolidation. It isn't unusual after a big run up - and is actually considered 'healthy.' If you are in for the long run, then it shouldn't be too big a concern. Me? I'm looking at the opportunity to buy some more.)
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