High-yielding income play with capital upside

Simon Thompson

Simon Thompson
High-yielding income play with capital upside

I have always taken the view that it's best to run profits on winning holdings until the rationale behind the original investment no longer holds, or if the valuation has become too rich. But even if I exit a holding, it pays to keep an eye on events with a view to exploiting a future buying opportunity.

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