I forget what my actual purchase price was. I just know that after the reverse split took effect, the adjusted purchase price turned out to be $4.44/share. Up until today, their share price has fluctuated from the low $3 range to just below my break even. Then, today's shares closed at $7.30. I've set a stop loss for $6.50 just to make sure I still come out ahead on them if they do start sliding back down. And after today's news on EKSO, some analysts are expecting a range anywhere from $8 to $13 for their share price. I'll also be sure to adjust my stop loss upwards if their share price does continue to move upwards. There's no need to have unnecessary losses now, right?I bought EKSO on 2/6 at .39 and sold it on 2/28 at .29 on a stop loss. Yeah, good for you! It was a YOLO investment for me. I'm kicking myself for setting that stop loss. Glad you made some money on it! You're welcome for the recommendation!
And thank you!