A few weeks back I surprised myself by doing something I thought I would never do. I sold my position in a stock that had been the largest holding in my portfolio for a long time.
I first started buying this stock almost a decade back and had never sold a single share of this company. I continued to accumulate it through its ups and downs in this period. At one point, this company constituted more than 40% of my entire stock portfolio. I don’t need to tell you that it was my high confidence stock.
So what made me exit it all of a sudden?
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