- Those of us who ask little of life, get little. Those who ask much, get much, but those who ask for too much get nothing.
- If you don’t buy what has to be sold, you never really need to sell anything.
- The top 4 criteria
- It must be small. ( Sheer size mitigates growth )
- It must be relatively unknown. ( Popular growth stocks are very likely to perform, but one has to pay for expected growth too much in advance )
- It must be a unique product that does an essential job better, cheaper and/or faster than before or provide a new service with great and long continued sale increases.
- It must have a strong, progressive, research minded management.
- Look for stocks that professional managers like, but are not sure of.
- Unless a company that is operating in a foreign country is conducting itself so that people of…
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