Bitesize: How do you know when to sell?
After five years of Equity Mates and three years of Get Started Investing we’ve built a back catalogue of more than 700 episodes.
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In this episode, we cover the 4 signs it might be time to sell a stock. Let's be honest, buying stocks is the easy part. But when it comes to selling, it's a whole different ball game. It's like breaking up with someone, but with money involved. You don't want to regret your decision, but at the same time, you don't want to stay in a bad relationship, I mean, investment.
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