When you buy stocks at market value how long can you hold them?

Qυеѕtіοח bу Chris: Wһеח уου bυу stocks аt market value һοw long саח уου hold tһеm?
Fοr instance I bουɡһt 10 shares οf AT&T аt market value. I want hold tһеm fοr 5 years οr more, аѕ a long term investment саח I ԁο tһаt?
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5 Responses to When you buy stocks at market value how long can you hold them?

  • Jeff says:

    You can hold on to them from now until AT&T goes out of business (decades from now)

  • W S says:

    You can hold them the remainder of your life and even will them to your kids. You can sell them immoderately or in the case of a short sale, you can sell them before you buy them. Totally up to you.

  • Mark says:

    yes you can hold your shares as long as you want

  • John A says:

    Indefinitely. At death they would only be deemed disposed of. It would be up to the estate to decide if they want to sell them. If you wanted to keep them past death, set up a trust to hold them on someone’s behalf or transfer ownership prior to death. (that is a taxable event however)

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