when is an appropriate time to sell the stocks your employer gives you?

POSTED BY anon smith ON August 20, 2012 10:28 am ONE COMMENT

I’ll have about 20-25L worth of company stocks in the next 5 years. I understand that they can rise and fall every year. Is it wise to hold onto them until retirement or can I sell them after 10-15 years? Remember that there is no diversified portfolio for this, all of it is from the same company! How much of a CAGR can I expect on this (it’s a US based company, well reputed)?

One reply on this article “when is an appropriate time to sell the stocks your employer gives you?”

  1. Ramesh says:

    Putting all eggs in one basket is a dangerous thing to do. However good the eggs / basket maybe.

    Ask the employees of Enron, in their days. An example of a reputed US company. Google search it.

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