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My solution is:
Don’t let any position get too big (certainly not significantly over 20%)
Consider how well the company is executing and how much of a market it has in front of it.
Consider your confidence level.
And if the valuation level makes you uncomfortable, reduce your position until you are more comfortable

Thanks Saul,
I hear you and I also saved in my permanent file.
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