If you had been in an individual stock and its fundamentals changed -- and you wouldn't buy it today -- then yes, maybe it would be time to sell.But if you are invested in the whole market (mostly) through mutual funds then "selling low" might be a mistake. The two main portfolio-killers in broad-market investing are the twin terrors known as "fear" and "greed". These tend to make us "sell low" and "buy high" respectively. #29
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