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Hi CED, you know I'll sharply disagree on RGR -- at a below-11 P/E (ridiculously low PEG) and a 3.68% yield, you'd have to pry it out of my cold, dead hands:-).  If it was a big loser for you I deduce you must have bought around year-end -- it was never above 60 before September 2013, and it's above 60 now.  Me, I'm a long-term holder so it's way a multi-bagger for me -- and a long-term keeper.

That's problem #1 with "sell your losers" advice: what's a loser depends on your cost basis, thus on when exactly you established and accumulated... and the market doesn't know or care about such personal timing issues.  I find it preferable to focus on the fundamentals, which I find totally fine for RGR, with their new factory getting up to speed and their continually-improved product line as shiny as ever...

 

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