Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits – Core Principles

“Even in those earlier times, finding the really outstanding companies and staying with them through all the fluctuations of a gyrating market proved far more profitable to far more people than did the more colorful practice of trying to buy them cheap and sell them dear.” p. 35

“What was required was the ability to distinguish these relatively few companies with outstanding ¬†investment possibilities from the much greater number whose future would vary all the way from moderately successful to the complete failure.” p. 35

 

 

 

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