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This is why I don’t go into cash. Did I imagine that in seven weeks this was going to happen? No way. If I was in cash, would I have gotten back in at the bottom? (no way). Or would I have worried that it wasn’t the right time yet, and then suddenly the prices would have been up too much and I’d be afraid to get back in.


I have a bunch of friends who sold all their Monday and felt that they'd wait until after earnings this morning, to see if Monday passed all their criteria. Well a minute ago when I looked, Monday was at $155, up 21% today from $128.30 last Friday, and up 51% from the $102.70 they closed at one Friday ago, five and a half trading days ago . Granted, I only have a 4.7% position, but I'm glad I have it, because it would be daunting to enter after a 51% rise.

Best,

Saul
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