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I am a little torn about how to proceed with the rest of the portfolio as I do not want to sell of the other 70% immediately.

The good news is that nobody is coming round to check up on you! If you choose to keep AMZN, DLTH, KMI etc that's fine. You can keep them in separate accounts, you can keep them in the same account as Pro and manage the separation in a spreadsheet, your head, on the fridge door; all good.

In reading PRO, your recommendations are more of a portfolio recommendation rather than stock picks.

That's exactly what they are, with a Fair Value attached unlike Stock Advisor picks and with guidance on allocation:

So I'd just leave it as it is for the time being, take some time to review your current holdings and decide if you see them as performing in the future as you wish, try to add a little cash each month. You won't be tracking Pro 100% but nor am I after 6 years, nor do I expect to after 9. And I think that's true for quite a few around here.

Plenty to read on this topic on the boards with you new guys on board so you may well find your questions already answered; otherwise post away!

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