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Those who have read and lived by his work, please chime in to clarify how you see his position on this.

As I recall, Lynch wrote down each stock's "story" on index cards and as long as the story didn't change there was no reason to sell. But if the story turned south or if he made a mistake then it was time to sell.

Denny Schlesinger
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