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I think there is a fair bit of money still to be had. I think.
After a sell-off as we saw, the usual thing seems to be a rebound at first, followed by a long slow grind upwards.
Could be other dips to come, of course.

So, you have to assess what ultimate number you expect it to settle at, and what the maximum annualized rate of return from here that represents.
As soon as it's no longer an interesting rate for you, or doesn't reflect any residual risk you perceive, close it.

Personally I don't think a number under 110 makes sense for 2026.
But then again, I haven't put my money where my mouth is on this one.

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