# Question

Suppose you own shares of a company’s stock, the price of which has risen so that, over the past ten trading days, its mean selling price is $14.89. Over the years, the mean price of the stock has been $10.43 (CX = $5.60.) You wonder if the mean selling price over the next ten days can be expected to go higher. Should you wait to sell, or should you sell now?

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