Here’s something that’s helped me recently, force your self to order your holdings in order of preference. No joint places or undecided, if you can’t do it I’d argue you haven’t done enough research on what you hold.
Put yourself through this exercise and ask yourself why are you holding those stocks at the end of the list


I think this is a really good idea.

I’d just add something I like to do is look at anything that’s increased in value significantly (especially if it has exceeded my original price target) and decide based on the new information is it worth that much more. If I don’t think it’s a buy at its current price, I should probably get rid. The company could still be great (perhaps even better even than when I first bought) but that doesn’t matter if the price is wrong.


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