No. of Recommendations: 2
That's a decision only you can make for yourself. I would suggest that any decision to sell should be based on the company's performance and future potential, not the market's mood swings. If your investment thesis hasn't changed, then your convinction probably hasn't either. Forget the stock price and focus on what the company is doing.

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