Advice / Thoughts on my current long position As stated in my title. I have some questions about my current long position and what some of you fellow Tesla investors think about my situation. I'll skip straight to the details: I am 28 years old. I currently invest 3% (the company match) of my pre tax income in our company IRA. I also invest about 14% of my post tax income in a separate self managed Roth IRA. All of the positions in my Roth account (other than a few things like TSLA that I buy for their own reasons) are buy and hold stocks with 3%-5% dividends that automatically reinvest. So far, this buy and hold with DRIPS has worked out very well for me and I don't plan on changing this strategy any time soon. Currently the account is floating at around $40.5K. On to my specific TSLA question: I bought 50 shares of TSLA at 20.75 in my Roth IRA as early as I could afford to after their IPO. My TSLA position is now up over 770% and is worth over $9k, which makes up a very significant portion of my Roth IRA (22.4% right now) My risk tolerance is fairly high based on the fact that I still have 35-40 years before retirement, but even with that I feel like having so much of my IRA sitting on one stock is a pretty bad idea. I obviously have a lot of possibilities to deal with the situation but wanted to get a few ideas from others in case I may have missed something or simply don't know about some things I could be doing. My current plan is to just sell the number of shares to make up the initial capital investment for the shares + fees ($1057.48, or about 6 shares) and re-balancing to other positions and leaving the rest of my TSLA in a long position, as I am fairly confident (like many of you) that Tesla is just getting started. Is there anything else I should be considering alongside this plan or in place of it that might be a better option for me in the long run? Thanks.