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Hello Fellow Fools,

I am one of those people who constantly looks at my positions every single day multiple times a day. When my positions are having a great day I'm feeling good and when they are down my demeanor is right there with them.

Thankfully I continue to tell myself that every smart investor holds for at least a year and most hold for several years.

I'm curious if anyone else is like me, constantly checking their positions and feeling the ups and downs. How do you get away from looking at your portfolio every single day and how do you avoid selling when a position is taking a beating?

As well, what indicators do you look for to break the hold and actually sell a position?
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