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I'm with you about nothing to buy right now. I sold half my holdings last week, the ones I thought were definately overpriced, but it made me nervous. The Fool has ingrained in my head that one shouldn't try and time the market, but instead remain fully vested.

If the rally continues, there are a few more holdings I might sell, or sell part of, but I feel really uncomfortable just sitting here and waiting for a market correction, and I hate* trying to predict the bottom of an individual correction. Plus, it's no fun.

In about a month, I'll be talking myself into something I'll regret later.


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