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  • fuzzhead72 fuzzhead72 Jan 25, 2012 10:05 PM Flag

    I'm up 61%, what sell limit price should I use for tomorrow?

    I bought at $66.xx, and if what I'm seeing is correct, I've gotten a 61% return in just a couple of months on this stock.

    I tend to buy on bad news, when I feel a stock is oversold. I did it with BP and made a decent amount over a year and a half. I was hoping for a 20% return on Netflix over a year.

    At this point, I no longer feel like the stock is a screaming value. Plus, it has gone from being 25% of my portfolio up to over 40% of the value. I'm just not comfortable holding such a large percentage of it in a single stock, so I think it is time to sell and diversify.

    When it was around $96, I set up an automated sale of the rest of my stock if it gets up to $102 or higher. Now I'm wondering if I should increase this amount, just to make sure that my stocks don't end up going cheaper than needed.

    When setting up a limit sell order for tomorrow, what price do you think would not be too low, but would definitely be reached given historical patterns after an earnings release?


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