By Brendan Intindola NEW YORK, June 25 (Reuters) - In a stock market with few reasons to buy, learning how to sell is increasingly important, says Jeffrey Saut, a 30-year Wall Street veteran and market strategist for Raymond James Financial Inc. "The secret of longevity and preservation of capital is knowing how to lose. How to limit your losses," said Saut in a recent interview with Reuters. "Always have a sell discipline," he said. "Everyone knows how to win, but not a whole lot of ...
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