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Hi Morster,

Months like the last couple are painful. Not selling / not doing anything is a great way to deal with this kind of down turn. Personally, I have added selectively to a few of my favorite companies while their prices are down. But, I don't expect to buy at the bottom, and I don't know when they will recover.

The market has always turned around before. The economy is still humming along. Assuming that the companies you are invested in are healthy, the stock prices should eventually recover.

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