Let me preface by saying I have read nearly all of your books, most recently, RB/RM.I am firmly convinced in your thoughts and overall longterm approach for successful and less stressful investing and ultimately building wealth are very wise.I have firmly taken your advice and my port contains many RB/RM stocks. Cheers to me, I even owned some of them before I read the book.My question to you, or anybody else here is: Is it necessarily bad to trade some stocks quickly for some short term gains, (I do this once in a while, approx 5% of my port) or do you folks never try this and stick with the main ports listed on the fool.The reason I ask is that I have had some success in the past, and I have to admit, it can be fun as well as fiscally rewarding.However, I stick to my rule of no more than 5%, and any short term gains over and above a always add to my long term holdings.Thoughts anyone?lester
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