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Many new investors buy a stock without any kind of exit strategy and are therefore more likely to take premature profits, or worse, let run losses. Ask yourself:
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We invest in carefully selected companies that we think will perform well over many years. We aim to hold the full position for at least 12 months and top-slice as the price rises. In the meantime, share prices will go up and down. A lot.
We try and take some profit when prices go up, take back our initial investment amount when they go up a lot, and hold the remainder for the long term.
“Top slicing” involves taking some money off the table once a stock price has risen a certain amount.
Ideally, we can recoup our initial investment amount, leaving the remainder invested in the stock to be ‘free carried’ (or as a ‘free bet’).
We generally aim to sell enough of a stock to take back our original investment amount within 24 months, or after the stock has risen by 200% or more.
This leaves us cash to invest in other opportunities and a significant amount still invested in the original stock.
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