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1) Why did you buy it in the first place?

2) Are the reasons you bought it still true?

3) When you say that you are not sure that it is going to recover anytime soon, is this based on some analysis, or is it "just a feeling"?

4) How much of the stock do you have? What percentage of your portfolio? What else do you have?

Not enough information here to give meaningful advice, other than this: Holding onto a dog hoping it's going to turn into a silk purse (to mix metaphors) is not a wise course of action IMHO. Any loss you take on CSCO could be used to offset capital gains elsewhere in your portfolio, if it is time to rebalance by selling some of your winners.

Thanks!
Joe
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