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I wouldn't be able to sleep if I sell DDD and SSYS just becuase price has gone up a little (Ok its more than doubled in a year but I am comparing to its potential).

Reminds me of a story in the famous book "Reminiscences of a stock operator" by Edwin Lefvre. I can't recall exact words and describe here but it was simply that only when one is old and experienced (of many losses.. Like myself) that one realizes the value of holding on (rather than selling). I am literally feeling that.. Earlier in the year, I sold MELI and literally couldtne sleep for few days, so I bought back.

Don't get me wrong, I sold half of my positions this year but they were all because I found I didn't believe in those businesses or those management anymore. For DDD,and SSYS, there is a long way to go before I think of selling.
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