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I have invested in a mutual fund. The mutual fund had been performing quite well and I bought it at its peak. Then the Nasdaq crashed in April. The value of my investment today is almost half of what it was when I bought it. Should I hang on to it in the hopes that it will even out in the long run? Or should I sell it and look for something better.

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