Uber is a great example of how a stock can fall through a technical wedge pattern. At $55, we could have sold and closed our position as it breached support, but instead we waited for $45 to add to our current position to make #UBER a full long-term holding in Stock PRO. Here's some philosophy of Stock PRO. If we sell out of a stock completely because it has breached a technical level, then we're done with that stock for the foreseeable future. If, on the other hand, a breach occurs, but we still like the company long-term, we'll wait for a big dip, then add to our current position. There are 2 important points here. First, when we buy at $45, our cost basis gets reduced for the overall position because we bought lower by adding to our current position. Second, because the technical chart got battered, we MUST have a fundamental reason to hold the stock. In the case of #UBER, we have a sector leader, high growth in ride sales, very high growth rates in food delivery with UBER EATS, and strong potential as a reopening trade into 2022 as the economy recovers post-pandemic. The fundamentals are there so this is why we continued to hold the position and add to it. Before the stock decline, we held a 2.5% position in Stock PRO and now we have a full 5% position. Disclosure: This post does not contain any form of investment advice.