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It’s Time to Book Profits in These 3 Ultra-Popular Stocks

For example, having the patience to hold game-changing business through wild vacillations, and allowing your investment thesis to play out over time, can be a daunting task. While there are no shortage of viable reasons to sell — e.g., tax purposes, management changes, or a personal emergency that requires capital — the most-logical reason to part ways with a stock is when your original investment thesis no longer holds water. Shares of the company are up 174% on a year-to-date basis, and they’ve soared close to 1,400% since COVID-19 became a point of focus in China in late 2019.

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