I called Don Bright's radio show about 2 years ago when I first started to have an interest in the stock market. He said he trained his traders to manage a "core position." I didn't think much of what he said, up until recently when I started to re-evaluate how I exit my positions. Does this mean that they pick key levels, look for institutional buyers, and then grab as many shares as they can? If it goes up, they off load a little bit. If they see more aggressive buying, they add a little more? Anyone know if their suggestions for "core position" management are documented anywhere? I googled, but couldn't find much. My exit strategies need a lot of work.