No. of Recommendations: 3
I recommend that you don't sell the bonds.

The bond market is generally very illiquid, and you will probably take a 5%-7% haircut (loss relative to its quoted value) on each bond you sell. And Fidelity may or may not charge a commission on top of that.

There are other brokers out there that can handle bonds.

Please visit the Bonds & Fixed Income board where we can talk about some options for getting rid of the bonds if you absolutely can't stand them.
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