facebookStock that I bought one year ago, are all losing in value, however I'm getting dividends from it. I intend to keep them for longer-term because I'm quite young. Do I hold, as observing all stocks, they tend to rebound back after some years? - Seedly
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14 Mar 2020

Stock that I bought one year ago, are all losing in value, however I'm getting dividends from it. I intend to keep them for longer-term because I'm quite young. Do I hold, as observing all stocks, they tend to rebound back after some years?

Bought stocks but not sure when to sell it..

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    Hi there,

    There is no point holding onto it if it is a lousy stock. Cut it off fast and transfer the remaining into a better company will be the better idea.

    Before that, evaluate why you bought into that stocks. If previously you do not have investing knowledge then how about now. If still do not have, please do get yourself equip with knowledge and skillset 1st before buying into the next one.

    Another thing is that, what low can get even lower if it is a lousy stock.

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      If it tanks, you'll suffer alot more than if you were to exit right now. The Dividends shouldn't truly matter in the grand scheme of things. like what everyone is saying - if the company is healthy, showing good structure and having a sustainable, forward looking business model, you could very well be holding on to a undervalued stock. The markets may take some time to correct inefficiencies due to irrational behavior of investors, so there may be cases that these winning stocks are undervalued for some time. However if they're really quite shaky and having internal troubling signs like rising D/E, constant changing of management, belonging in a sunset industry, best cash out while it still is worth cash!

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        check the fundamentals of the company. do research. what happened recently? are they in debt?

        ask q...

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