Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: North east Indiana
, but a stop loss order would have prevented you from losing such a large sum on any one investment with such glaring red flags.
Not putting all your eggs in one basket is another old wives-tale worth considering...
But anyway, if you believe that life's a gamble, then what makes you think any other type of business is any less prone to failure?[/QUOTE]
I was diversified in other areas, No stop loss order with Fidelity or your invested pension. They froze it and when the bankruptcy was done $1.65 a share after I payed $44 $32 $24 dollars over the years. Investing in your own company is the right thing to do until you find out how they screwed every body on the bail out. The banks , Mortgage lenders, and Stockbrokers got the money and all the little pee-ons got nothing. So no more Companies with vehicles just to big of a risk, the stock can close and drop in half over night and there is nothing you can do about it.
2012 Fireball Jackpot