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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by Simgar988, Feb 29, 2012.
"our" stock or "his" stock?
Your Dad, his money. I'm not sure if you have a leg to stand on.
Apart from listening to you venting out, what do you expect us to do? His stock, his decisions.
Was it his, or did you own it as well?
I think he went on the old addage, sell on the rumor buy on the news.
If you owned it for 7 years you made a nice tidy profit so you really shouldn't worry about what might have been.
On any stock there's an owner. Was your name attached to it ?
I'm confused own how he sold your stock then.
I'll help you with your rant.
Step 1: Put kettle on
Step 2: Sit down
Step 3: After kettle boils, make tea.
Step 4: Move on with life. It's sold now, something about spilt milk.
Thank you Nuts. I appreciate the advice and am doing this atm.
Either he sold his own stock and it's his business, or he sold another's stock and (unless he is a professional) probably committed a crime. What on earth is going on?!
well considering the norm it could be a good thing if you play your cards right. Normally after an announcement the product fails to meet the impossible high hype so the stock drops some right afterwards.
Buy right afterwards then profit on the increase.
You have to remember Apple stock does have some set patterns to it. After product announcement it normally drops a little.