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Recommending stocks to sell in a hot market is begging to be humbled. Even when a company disappoints investors, a “buy the dip” mentality can mean that any share-price decline will be short-lived.
U.S. stock markets are at all-time highs. That’s great for people who are already completely long stocks, but many investors who are seeking out fresh stocks to buy are struggling to find good deals.
Select companies have been doing very well, even as the U.S. economy drags its feet.
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