J. M. Smucker is a selection for the real-money Inflation-Protected Income Growth portfolio. Like any investment, it needs to be reviewed from time to time to see whether it still deserves a spot in the portfolio. In the brief following video, portfolio manager Chuck Saletta reviews its valuation, balance sheet, and dividends and decides whether to hold on to the stock or let it go.

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The article Is It Time to Sell J. M. Smucker Stock? originally appeared on Fool.com.

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