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Wow, Jenny, when you make up your mind to do something, you really get into it!

Welcome to TMF. The first thing is that this is a public discussion board. Each of your premium services have their own Community Boards. Plus, each of your companies has a Premium Board where you can discuss the company with your fellow Premium Fools. Note that the Premium Boards are service agnostic, so you don't discuss your service recommendations there, but you can keep up with how your companies are doing.

To your question, yes, if your service analysts feel a position should be sold, an alert will be issued. But since TMF emphasises long term buy-and-hold investing, with an outlook of 3-5 years forward, it takes a significant change in the investment thesis before your advisors will give up on an investment. Just changes in the market price usually won't do it. It's the "why" that matters.

Fuskie
Who would rather lose money on an investment than sell too early and miss out on potential gains...

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