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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    JohnHenry, when I try to send you a private message I'm getting a message I can't send to you until you clear some space from your stored message folder.
    Hi Louetta, I deleted some emails. Happy July 4th. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWolf View Post
    Well, Iíve learned my lesson. Since it wasnít real money, I picked a stock I donít own because it was cheap and I thought I could leverage any gains for a bigger percentage than with an expensive stock. My original pick was FB, which I do own and believe in, and I should have stuck with it. As it is, NIO looks like it is headed for the Pink Sheets. I should have stuck with what I know, picking stocks that will add value over time, instead of swinging for the fences and trying to pick a stock that will have the most gains, even in a paper trading contest. Honestly (and obviously), I donít know how to pick the stock with the most gains. If I ever did, it would be purely by accident.
    Per Schwab data NIO is up 40% since about June 14.

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