When should I sell my stocks (long term, using cost-averaging)?

September 26, 2013 | By Fitz | Filed in: Investing, Personal Finance.

I am currently investing in the stock market, and I do cost-averaging.

I invest monthly in companies that have long-term growth potential (GEMSS companies). When should I sell my stocks?

Should I sell them immediately after a set period of time frame, e.g. 5 years? Or should I hold onto them until I retire?

I invest in the stock market for retirement.

I am confused as to what to do with my cost-averaged stocks after 5 years.

Should I sell them after 5 years, then reinvest in other GEMMS companies? Or should I hold onto them until I retire?

Note: still 30 years until I retire, but earlier would be better (say 20 years).




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2 Responses to “When should I sell my stocks (long term, using cost-averaging)?”

  1. calamba nino says:

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  2. sol v. alombro says:

    Are you doing “on-line” investment? If yes, you may email me at [email protected]. Thanks & God Bless.

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