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Submitted by Bill Sturm (United States), Jan 31, 2006 at 08:22

Oh no where is the cancel button! I didn't want that to happen.

When trading stocks or commodities it is suggested that if a serious mistake is made one should immeditely reverse it.

Let's declare the entire election process a fraud. We can simply say the people can't read and write.

Something..... anything.............

The reversal of the mistakes are to be made immediately and without concern for the short-term losses. I had one just a few days ago. I decided to sell a bundle of stock and I bought the same number instead! Now, I had twice as many of the stock I didn't want at all.

I immediately hit the sell option on the new pile I now owned. It was very near the close and I dumped perhaps 15% of the new bundle and the market closed. Fortunately, the next morning the stock opened higher and I made more money on all the shares!

What must be done immediately or sooner is that the reversal button must be found and pressed.
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