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I Finally Decided to Cut My Losses and Sell This Stock – Here’s Why

I bought Zillow (NASDAQ:ZG)(NASDAQ:Z) about three years ago, and since then the stock has fallen more than 60%. Even with a lower valuation, I tend to believe that major changes in the housing market give the stock more downside risk than upside potential. In this video, I discuss the reasons for and against owning Zillow, and why I ultimately decided to cut my losses and move on.

*The stock prices used are the morning prices of May 6, 2024. The video was published on May 7, 2024.

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I Finally Decided to Cut My Losses and Sell This Stock — Here’s Why was originally published by The Motley Fool


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