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When is the best time to sell a stock?

I've been studying about how to sell stocks and realised that selling and making profit is only part of the equation. It is very hard to get the correct timing in selling a stock and the market is not easy o predict. When is the best tie to dell a stock and why? What should I look out for when selling my stocks?

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    It is best to sell stocks when your company is facing strong headwinds.eople tend to fall in love with a stock and continue holding on even when it’s facing strong headwinds that could make the situation far worse. When a company grows and becomes more successful, its intrinsic value should grow in tandem since the company’s fundamentals have improved. When this happens, your stocks are now ready to be sold for profit.

    2020.03.24 15:44

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