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Old 07-10-2008, 06:46 AM   #1
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yikes June not a good month with Fidelity

lost over $35,000 in that one month alone!
May was a small gain
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Old 07-10-2008, 08:01 AM   #2
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lost over $35,000 in that one month alone!
May was a small gain
I feel your pain and then some. But as they say, it's only on paper. I'm still holding. Hopefully my grapefruit size lump on my head won't make me do some foolish.
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I feel your pain and then some. But as they say, it's only on paper. I'm still holding. Hopefully my grapefruit size lump on my head won't make me do some foolish.
Buy low............
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I wish my downs had been that small. But, since I won't sell it's not a real loss. Since Oct I am down in total 10.5%. I feel LUCKY!!!
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Sell lower. I need to trade mark that advice.
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and "get into the Market when everyone else is getting out!"
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