My current thinking is to get the shares issued to me when they become unrestricted and put them in my brokerage account. At that point, they can be managed like any other holding. At that point I generally recommend selling and investing the proceeds elsewhere. You've already got the majority of your income coming from your employer. If your employer's business goes bad, you can lose your job at the same time those shares lose lots of their value. Diversify.There can certainly be situations where that's not the best advice, but it is where I'd start in your thinking. Then you can decide if you have an exception to the general situation.--Peter
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