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The whole "never sell" argument is true but skewed by the stock picking of Motley Fool. Skewed towards companies that don't go out of business, for example. Never selling means never losing unless something ceases to exist. Over a long time, absolute dollars will be exceeded, much the same way as movie box office always goes up. Inflation inflates stock prices along with them.
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