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Interestingly, IBD noted in discussing CYD this morning that one has to be able to recognize when a leading stock has run out of steam (I'm paraphrasing) and be prepared to move on to the next opportunity. It's noteworthy, however, that Larry is planning to add to his shares if the price hits 26.25 which would indicate to me that he still is holding CYD and considers it a worthy investment long term. I agree that CYD's dividend makes it sort of a hybrid equity (somewhere between growth and income). Because of the horrible crash of Nasdaq last couple of years, I have changed from LTBH investing to more of a hybrid model that Larry described earlier (cross between trader and LTBH). I am curious as to when Larry decides to liquidate a stock or sell some shares. I only ask this of him because he seems to have a very definitive method of correctly identifying and quantifying growth stocks. His effort and opinion is held in high regard by me. Soooo---Larry, when do you sell??

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