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Author: Gkor Three stars, 500 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 659  
Subject: Re: This sounds disappointing Date: 5/18/2012 1:11 PM
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Yes, I agree, when I read this I was VERY disappointed. But it also explained the drop in price when the articles came out. I decided to unload a lot of shares when the market opened. So I have now a 5% stake in my portfolio on EXEL. I made roughly 20% on this stock since I averaged down back in the day to about 4.05.

What made me sell a big stake had to do with the article as well as Face book opening. I think Face book will be the future and I expected this stock to really shoot up to 50 today. But when I saw it stuck at 42 and then start to fall, I decided to sell EXEL and buy FB at 38.

Like I said, I still have a nice chunk of change in EXEL but I think FB has a huge upside coming in the near future and long term.

Good luck trading.
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