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Should You Sell Up Now?

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http://money.guardian.co.uk/investments/sh...2189872,00.html

So what do the experts think? Keith Bowman, equity analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown and keen monitor of the market, says most observers are advising clients to hold on to these key stocks. "Clearly the price falls of recent weeks and months have been down to the market repricing stocks that have a strong reliance on the housing market.

"When you look at all the advice coming out of the City, they are all saying hold these stocks. The current prices reflect the feeling that the housing market has some tough times ahead. However, if it shrugs off problems caused by the credit crunch and house prices remain strong, then the current share prices are looking good value. But only time will tell," he says.

Some have been selling out, and others are holding waiting to press the sell button ?

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