The sell decision appears to be the most difficult decision that common stock investors must make. Many have told me that they are frustrated because everyone tells them when to buy, but nobody ever tells them when to sell. Therefore, with this video I will provide my perspectives on when investors should sell a stock. The answer may surprise you.
Moreover, the valid reasons to sell a stock are too complex to cover in one short video. As a result, I plan on doing additional videos on the sell decision. However, I will also be talking about the difference between a sell decision versus a buy decision. In other words, I plan to illustrate that just because a company may not be an attractive purchase, that does not automatically mean that it should be sold.
In this video I will be reviewing General Electric (GE), Apple (AAPL), PG&E (PCG), Devon Energy (DVN), Fluor Corp (FLR), Mosaic (MOS), Sears Holdings (SHLDQ), Starbucks (SBUX), Amazon (AMZN), 3M (MMM), Visa (V), Coca-Cola (KO), Prudential (PRU)
Disclosure: Long MMM, PRU at the time of writing.
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