It depends when you bought it (before or after the crash).

If it's before I honestly don't know, if it's after, well look it like that: it depends if PSN will continue to pay dividends. The best bet for now, from what I seen, it's that it will be cut at about 50%, and it's not bad for us (it's again about 10/12% of return) nor for PSN too.

I'm personally a dividend investor, so not a day trader or shorter, and even if this stock is a risky one it can be a good one on long term, even if the company is young yet. But by buying this kind of stock we all know the kind of associated risk that come with it.

One of the big questions is on which terms PSN can sustain a dividend and so generate revenue.