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Curious if anyone has thought of or does reallocate their roth investments every time there are new recommended stocks. Because there are no tax consequences of selling stock I've thought about reallocating the stocks I'm invested in every time there are new recommendations from stock advisor. I get that the investing strategy is supposed to be long term but the assumption I would be making is that the newest recs are based on the most up to date information and therefore the best place to currently have your money. Has anyone tried this, is this a terrible idea?
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