In The Market, Opinions Are Useless Words If You Don’t Back Them Up With Cash
- Posted by chicagosean
- on March 14th, 2013
Often times, it only takes one trade to make your month or even your year.
For me, that trade should’ve been LinkedIn ($LNKD), and it is haunting me terribly.
I’ve been bullish as far back as June 22, 2012 when the stock was trading around $100. As it etches new all-time highs north of $180 today, I present to you #timestamped evidence (all during 2012) of my extremely bullish feeling in $LNKD:
[please forgive the formatting, I'm inept]
Needless to say at this point, I have not participated in this LinkedIn Rally. As such, I offer to you this embarrassing tale as punishment to myself for not paying attention and for not having the courage to act on my convictions. Shame on you, Seany.
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