I think your advice would better be directed at yourself. Why don't you short LOGP in the vain hope of re-couping your losses? Tell me when you do short it because that will be my signal to start buying again!!
I'm only a small investor. I've never shorted a share in my life.
I had a run of good un's last year. Shares that doubled or more. MTA, BEH, MAGP, CAZA, LGO. How did you do last year? Perhaps I had a run of luck? Anyway I was due a duff un with LOGP. Perhaps LRL will be a duff un as well? Still FRR was a doubler this year. Got to take the rough with the smooth. 5 doublers last year and one so far this year. How many have you had?
I only had a tiny percentage loss on PVR and I only bought a small amount. I took a punt and quickly realised my mistake. At least I realised my mistake and sold instead of bellyaching, like you do on here, on the PVR bb.
LRL? Yes not a good tip with the benefit of hindsight. However I did buy mine at under 14p on average so I suppose I could sell now and breakeven. The LRL sp broke out of a downtrend last week on reasonably good volume, but it was a false breakout and the sp is back in the downtrend. Some you win, some you lose!! You are not guaranteed success by using charts. Only if you have inside information are you guaranteed success.
LOGP? I only retained a token amount. I could be buy more shares than the number I sold if I wanted to. In no rush though.
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