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I think the interesting question in this thread, one I have not pondered much, is where my sell point is.

Typically I don't sell stocks. I am a fairly young guy with a good 35 to 40 years until I need this money, so selling is not something I think about often. This is the only "penny" stock I own, however, and I guess I have been convinced that my average share price of $1.10 will be a steal two years from now, I am not planning to hold this stock when I am 65 years old.

So when do we sell. I would be interested to know what everyone thinks, or if selling isn't on your minds either.

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