Buying and selling investments

By Linda Sanders In Money

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22nd September, 2012
Just because something is cheap doesn’t mean it’s good value – or that you should buy it. We all have stuff in our cupboards that seemed too cheap to pass up and later proved a waste of money. At the same time, if something is cheap you may have a bargain. When you’re an investor, it can be hard deciding what to keep and what to sell, or what is a bargain and what was a mistake. Spring is the traditional time to clean up at home – getting rid of the dross cluttering our lives. An investor has to do that, too – including admitting defeat on those bargains you were sure were the next ...

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