I note that Navra has produced 3.4% in their Aus Retail fund for the past 6 weeks. Annualised I suppose this would exceed 28%. More if as in my case you are margined up a bit. My question to the Gurus on this forum is this? Hypothetically, wouldn't an investor be better right now to take his profit by selling down his Navra investment? eg 100000 invested and margined to 200,000 in the Navra fund. assume the starting pouint is Jan 1. 200,000 x 3.4% equals 6,800 profit, which is reduced by a margin loan at say 9%. This works out at about $1040 for the 6 weeks. Nett profit before tax would be $5760. Annualised = $49920. This works out at about almost 50% interest on an annualised basis. I doubt that this return will occur (ANNUALISED). This may be a silly qustion, but why not take the profit, and re invest later when a correction in the Navra system occurs. I I am sure the unit price will oscillate up and down .