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The eve of a new year is a time to take stock. In the case of your investment portfolio, its a time to take away stocks, along with other holdings that no longer work if they ever did.

Assess your assets, and make sure your portfolio reflects your current views and goals. Read about how to get your portfolio in order by clearing out the ghosts of investments past, plus several stories on current and expected stock market trends, and what happened when one investment manager took Tesla stock for a test-drive. And check out video reports on managing investment risk and how to save on 2019 taxes.

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