Financial Planning: Diversification

I have faith in my company's stock and want to own it, yet I also must diversify. I have both shares and in-the-money vested options. Should I sell the shares I already have or exercise options and immediately sell those shares in a cashless exercise? This is premium content

What you need to consider depends on your stock option plan, personal financial goals and risk tolerance, and complex tax rules, including...
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