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Believe it or not, holding a stock with massive 100%-plus gains creates something of a problem.
That's especially true in a volatile market, like the one we've been seeing all this year.
Michael Robinson, a close colleague of mine and the tech guru here at Money Map Press, has an explanation of why big gains can become a big problem.
"You see, Bill, in choppy markets like this the market attracts momentum traders," Michael said. "These are aggressive types who pile into stocks that are on the move. While that can add to our short-term gains, it greatly increases the odds that we'll see a big mover reverse quickly on profit taking."
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