Way down again this morning. Poor Califlower. I wonder what criteria folks use to decide when to buy some more? Do you have complicated analytical tools? Or do you buy as soon as you see the first uptick? (But how do you know if that's an indication of a turn-around, or just a blip on a continuing downward trend?) Or do you just pick an arbitrary number? How do you decide when you think it's at its bottom?
I just arbitrarily picked $26 and put in my limit order. I really don't know what I'm doing, but I'm playing with too little money for it to really matter to me.
Yeah, it's all arbitrary. Anybody who thinks otherwise is deluding themselves.
I'd like to sell my 1,000 shares of Verizon and buy more TSLA, because the upside is so huge. But I just can't bring myself to give up the $2,000/year in tax free dividends in my Roth that Verizon is throwing off.
I know it's volatile and I'm not getting out until October so checking TSLA is mostly a voyeuristic endeavor, but it's still sort of depressing to watch TSLA lose 20% in the last couple weeks.
Can an admin please message me. I seems to have been locked out of my account. Thank you.
BTW, watching this stock go down so much pains me because my broker won't allow me to average down and because it seems to be completely unfounded. This is complete rubbish.
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