Fail to Take a Profit, Then Take a Profit

Fail to take a solid profit and instead settle back near breakeven on “rudderless, debt-soaked, beaten down conglomerate GE”?

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Well then, take one in something that you bought that whipped up a good profit sooner than expected.

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Neither of these are core portfolio items and I am pretty pissed about GE. But aside from managing markets, you’ve got to manage yourself too. So that is what I am doing. Holding GE pending a test of SMA 50 support area.

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