get one’s bait back
 v. phr.— «You have reason to hang in there, unless you can find another winner. (Auntie Spender says, if you are nervous in the market, just sell enough stock to get your bait back.)» —“Investor Features Syndicate” PR Newswire June 30, 1997. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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