Just looked at your post again. I wouldn't presume to give advice since I've now most of my eggs in this basket but I'll tell u a funny one. I saw a video of elon musk few years ago showing how his car could charge in 20 minutes and that for anyone that bought that car they'd have free charging for life. After that I researched him and his speeches were amazing. At the time tesla was under $30, they suddenly moved to 35 and I said I'd wait for them to go back down. They never did. I watch both tesla and solar city. Scty has been jumping between 50 and 60 for last while and tsla going on previous looks might jump back to 220. If you want excitement they are it, both depending nearly completely on elon musk but he looks to be ahead of everyone else. As one guy said, by 2030 he'll either be on Mars or gone bankrupt. I made a few bob on scty, buying them at around 30 and selling them at 67 but be careful, they're PE is not great.
Lol. Yeah contentment can get boring after a while. I've added a few too many grey hairs when it looked like they were to be nationalised that when people mention Greek or Cyprus banks I say let them have it but not for me. Hoping to sit on a nice dividend for next few decades. Although wouldnt mind selling and buying back 10/20% lower just to get an early cash 'dividend'.
I see a lot of posts re when it goes back to .30c I'll be filling my boots etc. If it hasn't retrenched to there by now I think it's safe to say the train has well left that station towards to mid 30s. .345 seems to be old .315. Mulligans by end of June for gin and cumcunbers!
NO!!! Never again. Passage from book that this reminded me of. Bernard of Trèves The life of this philosopher is a remarkable instance of talent and perseverance misapplied. In the search of his chimera nothing could daunt him. Repeated disappointment never diminished his hopes; and, from the age of 14 to age 85, he was incessantly employed among the drugs and furnaces of his laboratory, wasting his life with the view of prolonging it, and reducing himself to beggary in the hopes of growing rich
-------------- The alchemists say, that he succeeded at last, and discovered the secret of transmutation in his 82nd year. They add, that he lived 3 years afterwards to enjoy his wealth. He lived, it is true, to this great age and made a valuable discovery - more valuable than gold or gems. He learned that the great secret of philosophy was contentment with our lot. Happy would it have been for him if he had discovered it sooner, and before he became decrepit, a beggar, and an exile!
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