Just a thought... You comment by saying I haven't made a dime on my investment. A common misconception often arises with what you are rambling about. Should I still consider the capital gain as part of my return? Is that only a 'paper' gain and not really a cash gain if I haven't sold it?
The answer to the first question is yes, and the answer to the second question is equally strong no. The capital gain is every bit as much a part of my return, and I should certainly count it as part of my return. The fact that I decided to keep the stock and didn't sell (i didn't "Realize" the gain) is irrelevant because I could converted it to cash if I wanted too. Anyways, I ended up selling a good portion of my shares on Friday, and I will buy during the next dip.
NOK is a gutsy move.... Iam in the same boat as you except a senior in high school and Iam looking at a 2010 Mustang.... Race ya?
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