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I've read most of the information on the Foolish Four and Robert Sheard's book on Unemotional Investing. I have a good understanding of the method.

But I, too, am thinking about selling GM and here's why ...

1. At this point, GM is 8% off of its 52 week high. If they execute the GM to GMH trade-in program, there is the possibility that the stock will move up because they are decreasing the number of GM stocks available. But, how much and will be be sustained until December (my time to rebalance)?
2. If I sell near its 52-week high, I would make 20% on my investment (after commission) ... not a bad return. I would move the total amount into one of the new FF stocks.
3. I am concerned that the cyclical nature of the auto business is going to catch up with GM in the 4th quarter.

Taxes is not an issue as these stocks are held in an IRA account.

Any thoughts??

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