In summary, if you sell now, you may be getting out at the bottom, but it could get worse. Take a piece off the table, especially in your more volatile positions. Global Trends Investments (our management company) has had a large cash position since early December as most major market indicators and their corresponding ETFs have hit their sell points.
Setting stop-loss points for equity positions, either 8% off the recent high or if the holding declines below its 200-day moving average. Currently, this puts most funds in a sell mode. In an effort to not sell at the bottom, consider selling one-third of equity holdings and buy when the stock goes back up above its 200-day moving average.