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My friend, I tried telling people to run from this thing back in 2007. See my prob stock laundry list under: "MORTGAGE LENDER (non charter bank)" also cited this news link back in 2007: "Freddie Mac hit by huge loss, says needs capital" (11-2007) FRE are so done it's scary. If you look at their financials they are losing money hand-over-fist. FRE Losing $7.16 a share Losing $11.31 a share The math just doesn't add up. You can roll the dice, can't lose much more than zero, but zero is where I believe the stock will eventually go. We pretty much knew this in Sept 2008 when the government took them over. The government never said that they were going to guarantee the equity (stock value). If you look how the government handed the Bondholders of GM, that should also been a good clue to not be holding government controlled entities. 05-13-2009 "GM Retirees Bully Bondholders With Obama’s Help: David Reilly " 05-29-2009 "Government Motors: GM's new owner (the Obama administration) should stop bullying the company's bondholders." 07-31-2009 I wrote this last summer 2009: "Fannie & Freddie: Cute Names, Still a Risky Investment" Read more articles where I cite issues in real estate Sorry to hear you’re still in this. Good luck :)
Review your trading plan for this stock. At what point do you have your stop? Does that have to be adjusted? Does this change effect your original plan & why you got in? I personally would never get into a stock that was edging towards delisting. This stock is significantly below the 200 day indiana as well as declining. On top of that... there's a major falling wedge pattern. I would only consider getting into this stock if it was over $1.60 (which is way beyond a possibility right now).