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At 56 years old, I have a few years left before I can retire. I plan to change employment next year for the better. During my years at my current company, I have been given and bought large amounts of company stock. Our company went public this year. I feel the new investors plans are to sell out in the next year or so. My questions is: Should I sell my company stock and pay off my home mortgage while the stock is worth something? Our mortgage is the only debt we have.
Thanking you for you opinions!
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