Now that the little Lundin-induced buying spree has passed, back to normal.  Let's see - S&P (the INDEX for crying out loud, not even an individual stock!) up 2.54%, while Volta manages to finish down > 4%, on essentially no buying.  This in spite of the fact that the better part of the gold mining sector managed to have a pretty good day with pretty decent volume. 


The biggest mistake I've made was holding on to as much VTR as I did, but the smartest thing I've done recently is to adamantly refuse to average down at these 'bargain prices' and tie up more money in a company that's proving to be the stock market's equivalent of 'Waiting for Godot'.