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1. Why did you buy CNXS in October 2005?
2. Has that reason changed? If no, then there's no reason intrinsic to CNXS or its shares to sell. If yes, then you have to make a decision on whether or not this change is an opportunity, a threat or neither and move on from there.


I bought CNXS in Oct because it's when I joined TMF Hidden Gems newsletter and "thought" it would be a good one to own!

Not beating up on the TMF guys because I'm paying for the service
and I've come to the conclusion that buying stocks is a crap shoot
at best. You can buy what appears to be a undervalued company and
still see it fall and fall without any real reason other than the
"market" has turned it's back on it.

You win a few and you lose a few, but luckily my winners are greater
than my losers and I'm getting better at closing out of losers
before they cost me too much. I've still got a few like CNXS that
I don't believe it going to go "belly up" totally any time soon but
I don't like "treading water" for a long time either.
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