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I am relatively new to investing and would appreciate some input. I have invested in some 3d stocks that have gone below where I bought them 2 years ago. I saw Cramer saying 3D printing is a bubble a while back and could have tripled my investments but I held them and still do. Do any of you more seasoned Fools hold your stocks for 3-5 years or longer...or is it more prudent to take some profits along the way? Thanks.
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