No. My wife and I don't like the idea of cashing out - especially since we don't need the cash. We have found that 10 years of gains significantly outweights any fast short term price increases.With the recent market rally - are you tempted to cash in and go to the sidelines?
Our stocks have run up 30% in a month. We don't expect that rate of growth to continue, but we won't sell either.Some industries have bounced >75% from the lows (Ag/fertilizers stocks), the CAD life-co's are up almost 50%, banks have recovered a lot etc.
When prices are low and falling we are VERY bullish. When prices are high and rising we are VERY bearish. At the moment we find ourselves to be bullish far more than bearish. A year ago it was the opposite.I'm not bearish per se, certainly no bullish - I just think it'll take a long while before things start chugging. So, any of your tempted to sell, now that markets have recovered substantially? I know I'm tempted, don't know if I'll do anything though.