Please note that, as the writer loparn (Bo Engwall), I understand that all responsibility for any bad advice and / or equity analysis is dismissed. Of course, everyone trades shares on their own initiative. I primarily want to be a source of inspiration for other person's own research on the shares I write about, just as I sometimes follow other's suggestions with my own analyses. I cannot guarantee that the basic information and calculations in the analyses are 100% accurate, but I try to correct any errors etc on an ongoing basis - in the figurative sense of the word. All stock investors who, like me, choose shares on a fundamental basis are advised to read the company's latest annual report, prospectus, interim reports, newsreleases, (scientific) research articles etc which usually provide an excellent basis to stand on, for example when it comes to trying to assess the fundamental value of a share and the credibility of the company's possible goals and forecasts. Unfortunately, in some cases over the years I have come across companies whose management's information to the stock market have been misleading, which can also be difficult to detect in time before the stock has pulled back. Even if you have calculated correctly in your analysis, it will be wrong if the information from the company on which the calculations are based is incorrect. I would also like to point out that I am often basically quite long-term (some quarter to some year or even above that in the investment horizon) with my holdings, but that with part of a shareholding I can try to increase the return further by selling shares if the price feels short-term near a peak or near my fundamental valuation and reverse buy if the share price has have pulled back excessively. In addition, I sometimes sell the entire holding if some even better new investment alternatives emerge according to my opinion.