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OK so now that I am ready to retire and I have all of this money tied up in various different stocks how do I go about determining which stocks to sell (the winners or the losers)?
Is it recommended to reverse the dollar cost averaging? or to just bite the bullet once each year and then deposit the cash in a money market account.

Keep in mind that this is a very emotional time. All these years I've been saving and not removing anything from the account. Now not only do I have the ability to do what I have been working toward but I also have to do it for my daily bread.

Thoughts? Please?
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