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How to Break Up With Your Stock

You've had some good times together. You've had some bad times. Now you have to decide if it's time for your stock to start seeing other people. Selling isn't easy, especially if you've been together for a long time.

The best reason to sell a stock is that it's no longer doing what you bought it to do, such as deliver increasing levels of sales and earnings. "You won't know when to sell unless you've

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