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[Quote No.23979] Need Area: Money > Invest
"In the business world, unfortunately, the rear-view mirror is always clearer than the windshield." - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.23980] Need Area: Money > Invest
"An economic franchise...will be demonstrated by a company’s ability to regularly price its product or service aggressively [high margins] and thereby to earn high rates of return on capital. Moreover, franchises can tolerate mismanagement. Inept managers may diminish a franchise’s profitability, but they cannot inflict mortal damage. In contrast, a ‘business’ earns exceptional profits only if it is the low cost operator or if supply of its product or service is tight. Tightness in supply usually does not last long. With superior management, a company may maintain its status as a low cost operator for a much longer time, but even then unceasingly faces the possibility of competitive attack. And a business, unlike a franchise, can be killed by poor management." - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.23981] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The business-valuation approach is not widespread among professional money managers and is scorned by many academics. Nevertheless, it has served its followers well (to which the academics seem to say, ‘Well, it may be alright in practice, but it will never work in theory [i.e. The Efficient Market Theory]’." - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.23982] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Investment is most intelligent when it is most businesslike." - Ben Graham
Quote from his book, ‘The Intelligent Investor’ which Warren Buffet called ‘by far the best book on investing ever written.'
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[Quote No.23983] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Most [money] managers have very little incentive to make the intelligent-but-with-some-chance-of-looking-like-an-idiot decision. Their personal gain/loss ratio is all too obvious: if an unconventional decision works out well, they get a pat on the back and, if it works out poorly, they get a pink slip. (Failing conventionally is the route to go; as a group, lemmings may have a rotten image, but no individual lemming has ever received bad press)." - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.23984] Need Area: Money > Invest
"All investment strategies require a catalyst [an earnings surprise, a change in management, a spin-off, a restructuring, a significant repurchase of shares, a change in government legislation, etc], to make them pay off. Even the most patient investor wants the value of the investment to rise within a reasonable...period; the longer the wait, the lower the annualised return." - Bruce C. N. Greenwald, Judd Kahn, Paul D. Sonkin, Michael van Biema
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[Quote No.23985] Need Area: Money > Invest
"High profit margins are a positive mark; these make the company’s earnings less vulnerable to changes in the level of sales. They may also indicate that the company is operating within a franchise and is less susceptible to having its profits eroded by a new entrant." - Bruce C. N. Greenwald, Judd Kahn, Paul D. Sonkin, Michael van Biema
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[Quote No.23986] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[Look for] two-inch putts [meaning investments which will provide a high rate of return with a very low level of risk]" - Glenn Greenberg
Partner in value money management firm, Chieftain Capital Management, that achieved a 25% per annum from 1984 to 2000, compared to 16% for the Standard and Poor's 500.
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[Quote No.23987] Need Area: Money > Invest
"...read the trade journals and other relevant material [to keep up with the industry and company you have or want to invest in (when the price is right)] " - Bruce C. N. Greenwald, Judd Kahn, Paul D. Sonkin, Michael van Biema
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[Quote No.23988] Need Area: Money > Invest
"As value investors, they have not based their investment decisions on expectations of perfection. They do not buy high multiple [p/e] stocks for whom an earnings disappointment can mean a punishing drop in the share price. The companies in their portfolio are sound enough to recover from short-term problems. As a consequence, the mistakes they have made have not buried them. Their poor investments...have resulted more in dead money than fatal declines." - Bruce C. N. Greenwald, Judd Kahn, Paul D. Sonkin, Michael van Biema
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[Quote No.23989] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[Robert H.] Heilbrunn examined the price, earnings, and dividend histories of specific companies to establish the ranges of the price to earnings (P/E) multiple and the dividend yield within which the securities had traded. The investment strategy based on this information is to buy stocks when they sell within the lower portion of their historical P/E multiple range, [the lower portion of their price to book value range,] within the higher portion of their dividend yield range, or both. By establishing the ranges with precision, this approach provides a check on the emotions that can distort investment judgment, both the exuberance engendered by a rising market and the despair occasioned by a falling one. It applies a discipline for buying stocks – when they are cheap - and, usually more valuable, a discipline for selling them – when they are dear...The more customary value approach has been to search for stocks with low P/Es, high dividend yields, or low price to book multiples as measured simultaneously against other stocks in the [market] universe." - Bruce C. N. Greenwald, Judd Kahn, Paul D. Sonkin, Michael van Biema
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[Quote No.23990] Need Area: Money > Invest
"If the price of a stock no longer falls when additional bad news is announced, that is a good sign." - Bruce C. N. Greenwald, Judd Kahn, Paul D. Sonkin, Michael van Biema
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[Quote No.23991] Need Area: Money > Invest
"...a feeling of over-optimism in bull markets is one which must be very carefully guarded against by the professional investor as well as the amateur, since it is generally acknowledged that...[both are] influenced by the tremendous quantity of bullish sentiment...in the newspaper and magazine article, speeches, reports, analyses...which emanate from the financial district. This statement is in no way to be construed as a criticism of the security analyst, but being human, and this is probably a disadvantage in this profession, he is subject to the same psychological pressures as everyone else." - Robert H. Heilbrunn
Investor and Investment theorist, who at one time worked for investment legend and financial analyst, Ben Graham
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[Quote No.23992] Need Area: Money > Invest
"He [Michael Price] looks at...companies missing earnings expectations, companies in trouble, and companies hitting new lows. His definition of a cheap stock is one selling at 40 percent below his estimate of its intrinsic value. Many of the companies he spots aren’t there yet, so he waits until the price drops to meet his standards. In the interim, he does his homework on these potential investments. He wants to know the business..so that he can be confident about his valuation...There are additional impediments that Price pays attention to, such as too much debt on the balance sheet to allow a purchaser to finance an acquisition... " - Bruce C. N. Greenwald, Judd Kahn, Paul D. Sonkin, Michael van Biema
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[Quote No.23993] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Edwin Schloss...if he finds a cheap stock based on normalized earnings power, he generally will not consider it if he has to pay more than three times book value." - Bruce C. N. Greenwald, Judd Kahn, Paul D. Sonkin, Michael van Biema
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[Quote No.23994] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The real value of doing all the work required for a full discounted cash flow analysis is that it forces the investor to think long and hard about all the factors that will affect the future of the business, including the risks it may face that are currently unexpected and unforeseen." - Bruce C. N. Greenwald, Judd Kahn, Paul D. Sonkin, Michael van Biema
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[Quote No.23995] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Buffett has often said that it’s easy to emulate what he does, and what he does is very straightforward. He buys wonderful businesses run by capable, shareholder-friendly people, especially when these businesses are in temporary trouble and the price is right. And then he just hangs on." - Warren Boroson
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[Quote No.23996] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Buffett buys only what he considers to be almost sure things – stocks of companies so powerful, so unassailable, that they will still dominate their industries ten years hence. [He calls them 'The Inevitables']" - Warren Boroson
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[Quote No.23997] Need Area: Money > Invest
"To Warren Buffett, the foulest four-letter word is: risk." - Warren Boroson
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[Quote No.23998] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The ordinary investor, the lesser investor, might have a core portfolio of large-company index funds composing 50 percent or more of the entire stock portfolio. (Buffett has recommended that tactic for most investors.) And outside the core portfolio, the lesser investor might swing for the seats by imitating the strategy of [Warren Buffett] the man generally acknowledged to be the greatest investor of our time." - Warren Boroson
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[Quote No.23999] Need Area: Money > Invest
"A famous metaphor he [Ben Graham] invented: You are in business with a sweet but slightly loony gentleman named Mr. Market, who happens to go to emotional extremes. Either he’s euphoric or he’s depressed. And every business day Mr. Market is willing to buy our stocks or sell to us his. You can just ignore his offers. Or, when he wants to buy your stocks at absurdly high prices, sell, and when he wants to sell you his stocks at absurdly low prices, buy. In fact, when Mr. Market has a great many cheap stocks to sell you, it’s probably time to stock up in general. When Mr. Market has very few stocks to sell, it’s probably time to sell." - Warren Boroson
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[Quote No.24000] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[Ben Graham’s fabulous share market success] may well have consisted in knowing how to say no...He felt no need to invest at all unless everything was in his favor. [which his student, Warren Buffett, followed diligently to his even greater success.]" - John Train
Financial journalist and author of his investment classic, "The Money Masters" (1980)
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[Quote No.30459] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[Like all markets, property is a function of supply and demand, but with data-finding being less efficient than it is with shares, real estate/housing can be an even harder market to forecast.] There are a lot of econometrics you can use... You can then look at population growth, at immigration, doing estimates of how many people you need in a household – whether it’s going up, whether it’s going down. [And factor in the housing industry’s estimates for surplus or shortfall in the housing needed nationwide and that area, but remember...] It doesn’t matter if there is a shortage of housing; if people can’t service their loans [affordability], they’re going to sell. If everybody sells at the same time, it’s not relevant [That is if everybody sells at once, due to high home mortgage interest rates and/or increasing unemployment - say during a recession, a housing shortage won't stop a price fall]. If you’ve got an excess of stock it’d be even worse." - Alan Oster
National Bank’s chief economist, who used to chair an Australian Treasury Department committee looking at housing demand and supply.
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[Quote No.24004] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[Bargain Stocks would have:] -An earnings to price yield (e/p - the opposite of the price-earning ratio p/e) that is twice the current yield of an AAA (top-rated) bond. If bonds are yielding 5 percent, the earnings yield of a stock should be 10 percent. In other words, you could get 5 percent fairly safely; to take on the risk of a stock, you want twice the possible reward. –A p/e ratio that is historically low for that stock. Specifically, it should be two-fifths of the average p/e ratio the shares had over the past five years. -A dividend yield of two-thirds of the AAA bond yield. (obviously, stocks that don’t pay dividends wouldn’t qualify under this rule.) -Earnings that have doubled within the past ten years. -Earnings that have declined no more than 5 percent in [no more than] two of the past ten years." - Ben Graham
From his famous investment classic, ‘Security Analysis’
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[Quote No.24005] Need Area: Money > Invest
"To achieve satisfactory investment results is easier than most people realize; to achieve superior results is harder than it looks." - Benjamin Graham
(1894 - 1976), influential economist and professional investor who is today often called the 'Father of Value Investing' and the 'Dean of Wall Street.' Quote from his book, 'Security Analysis'
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[Quote No.24006] Need Area: Money > Invest
"An investment operation is one which, upon thorough analysis, promises safety of principal and a satisfactory return. Operations not meeting these requirements are speculative." - Benjamin Graham
(1894 - 1976), influential economist and professional investor who is today often called the 'Father of Value Investing' and the 'Dean of Wall Street.' Quote from his book, 'Security Analysis'
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[Quote No.24007] Need Area: Money > Invest
"If you want to speculate do so with your eyes open, knowing that you will probably lose money in the end; be sure to limit the amount at risk and to separate it completely from your investment program." - Benjamin Graham
(1894 - 1976), influential economist and professional investor who is today often called the 'Father of Value Investing' and the 'Dean of Wall Street.' Quote from his book, 'Security Analysis'
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[Quote No.24008] Need Area: Money > Invest
"...the risk of paying too high a price for good-quality stocks – while a real one – is not the chief hazard confronting the average investor in securities. Observation over many years has taught us that the chief losses to investors come from the purchase of low-quality securities at times of favourable business conditions. [In good business conditions even bad companies make money and therefore look like good investments, to the inexperienced investor...because ‘a rising tide {discretionary income} raises {profits} all boats {companies} in the harbour {market}’. What they unfortunately learn in the following inevitably poor business conditions, is that the boat isn’t in fact sea-worthy and what they thought was a thoroughbred is actually a dog.]" - Benjamin Graham
(1894 - 1976), influential economist and professional investor who is today often called the 'Father of Value Investing' and the 'Dean of Wall Street.' Quote from his book, 'Security Analysis'
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[Quote No.24009] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The farther one gets from Wall Street, the more skepticism one will find...as to the pretensions of stock-market forecasting..." - Benjamin Graham
(1894 - 1976), influential economist and professional investor who is today often called the 'Father of Value Investing' and the 'Dean of Wall Street.' Quote from his book, 'Security Analysis'
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[Quote No.24010] Need Area: Money > Invest
"A substantial rise in the [stock] market is at once a legitimate reason for satisfaction and a cause for prudent concern." - Benjamin Graham
(1894 - 1976), influential economist and professional investor who is today often called the 'Father of Value Investing' and the 'Dean of Wall Street.' Quote from his book, 'Security Analysis'
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[Quote No.24012] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Go to five companies in an industry, ask each of them intelligent questions about the points of strength and weakness of the other four, and nine times out of ten a surprisingly detailed and accurate picture of all will emerge. [from the scuttlebutt on the business grapevine]" - Philip A Fisher
Quoted from his famous book, ‘Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits’
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[Quote No.24013] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[Two important questions to ask:] 1-Does the company have an impressive profit margin?...the only reason to invest in a company with a low profit margin is if there’s powerful evidence that a revolution is in the offing. 2-What steps is the company taking to maintain or improve profit margins?" - Philip A Fisher
Quoted from his famous book, ‘Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits’
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[Quote No.24014] Need Area: Money > Invest
"If the job has been done correctly when a common stock is purchased, the time to sell it is – almost never...[However it’s important to to sell if:]... 1- The original purchase was a mistake...None of us like to admit to himself that he has been wrong...[but]... More money has probably been lost by investors holding a stock they really did not want until they could ‘at least come out even’ than for any other single reason... 2- The company has changed [for the worse, e.g.]... Smugness, complacency, or inertia replace the former drive... or, 3- There is a better buy out there." - Philip A Fisher
Quoted from his famous book, ‘Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits’
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[Quote No.24015] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The key is certainty. Mr. Buffett wants to invest in businesses that he is certain will have significant competitive advantages 10, 20, 30 years from now [the inevitables]. This is a very high threshold, and eliminates most companies from consideration...knowing that he cannot predict earning power in 10, 20, 30 years for most businesses, Mr. Buffett wastes no anaytical time and effort studying the ‘unknowables’ and focuses on businesses he considers knowable." - Chris Browne
Partner in value money management firm, Tweedy, Browne
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[Quote No.24016] Need Area: Money > Invest
"...we are searching for operations that we believe are virtually certain to possess enormous competitive strength ten or twenty years from now. A fast changing industry environment may offer the chance for huge wins, but it precludes the certainty we seek...[We]...would rather be certain of a good result than hopeful of a great one." - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24017] Need Area: Money > Invest
"This is the cornerstone of our investment philosophy: Never count on making a good sale. Have the purchase price so attractive that even a mediocre sale gives good results. [Literally make your profit at the time you purchase rather than hope for a profit later.]" - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24018] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The percentage change in book value in any given year is likely to be reasonably close to that year’s change in intrinsic value. [While book value may not be perfect as a gauge of value – as it can increase if the company simply issues and sells more shares – it is better than a stock’s price which depends on the economy, the stock and bond markets in general, and investors' emotional psychopathology – bi-polar/manic-depression]" - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24019] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Fools rush in where angels fear to trade." - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24020] Need Area: Money > Invest
"{We] believe our companies have important competitve advantages that will endure over time. This attribute, which makes for good, long term investment results, is one Charlie [Munger] and I occasionally believe we can identify. More often, however we can’t – at least not with a high degree of conviction. This explains, by the way, why we don’t own stocks of tech companies, even though we share the general view that our society will be transformed by their products and services. Our problem – which we can’t solve by studying up – is that we have no insights into which participants in the tech field possess a truly durable competitive advantage." - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24021] Need Area: Money > Invest
"I will tell you the secret of getting rich on Wall Street. You try to be greedy when others are fearful and you try to be very fearful when others are greedy." - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24022] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Too much confidence can be as dangerous as too little. Just as an insecure investor is prone to rely on consensus thinking, an overconfident investor is liable to think he can do no wrong after a period of unusually good profits...The investor who runs a little scared and is prepared to question assumptions, recheck analyses, and recognize mistakes early is likely to fare better." - James Gipson
Quote from his book, ‘Winning the Investment Game’
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[Quote No.24023] Need Area: Money > Invest
"We derive no comfort because important people, vocal people, or great numbers of people agree with us. Nor do we derive comfort if they don’t." - Warren Buffett

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"After some...mistakes, I learned to go into business only with people whom I like, trust, and admire. As noted before, this policy of itself will not ensure success: A second-class textile or department store company won’t prosper simply because its management are men that you would be pleased to see your daughter marry. However, an owner – or investor – can accomplish wonders if he manages to associate himself with such people in businesses that possess decent economic characteristics. Conversely, we do not wish to join with managers who lack admirable qualities, no matter how attractive the prospects of their business. We’ve never succeeded in making a good deal with a bad person [...that is someone, who doesn’t have the ownership mentality and therefore isn’t wholeheartedly working on behalf of the real owners of the business - his or her shareholders, but rather is focused, first and foremost, on their own financial well-being]" - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24027] Need Area: Money > Invest
"We will be candid in our reporting to you, emphasizing the pluses and minuses important in appraising a business. Our guideline is to tell you the business facts that we would want to know if our positions were reversed [The Golden Rule –Treating others as you would want to be treated in their situation.] We owe you no less. [as responsible, ethical managers]" - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.24028] Need Area: Money > Invest
"...we measure our success by the long-term progress of the companies [we have invested in] rather than by the month-to-month movement of their stock [prices]...If we have good long-term expectations, short-term [share] price changes are meaningless for us except to the extent they offer us an opportunity to increase our ownership at an attractive price." - Warren Buffett

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"Beginning investors are typically not aware that buying a variety of blue-chip stocks, especially when they are a bit off their feed [or the market as a whole is a little depressed, so their prices are temporarily cheaper], is a sound, conservative investment strategy." - Warren Boroson
Quote from 'J.K Lasser's Pick Stocks like Warren Buffett - What You Can Learn From The Best Investor Of Our Time.'
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"[In bull markets, that become bubbles] Investors...become overconfident about their prowess in choosing stocks that will go up. They attribute the good returns to themselves, the bad ones to their advisers, rather than to a stock market that has been rising. One of the results of this overconfidence is that they underestimate the risks they are taking. [until it is too late, the market slumps and their paper profits disappear.]" - Patricia Q. Brunswick
Financial Professor at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey, U.S.A.
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"...following the stock market intensively can make investors very nervous. It’s hard to hold onto a stock for 10 years when you are regularly receiving bad news about that stock. Days when stocks go down are almost as frequent as days when they go up. In fact, if homeowners knew what the value of their homes were day after day, instead of at intervals of many years [and were able to sell them quickly and easily and have somewhere else to live], perhaps they would not have hung on so patiently. What if a home had been worth $250,000 in 2000, then only $225,000 in 2001? Would the homeowner have sold in a panic? [This long-term house-owning attitude can and should be applied to investing in the shares of great companies] " - Warren Boroson
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"Buy straw hats in January. [when it is not sunny, no-one wants them and they are cheap]" - Bernard Baruch
(1870–1965), American financier, stock market speculator, statesman, and presidential advisor. He is reported to have told Will Rogers to exit the stock market before the Crash of 1929, advice for which Rogers was always grateful.
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"Our favorite holding period is forever. We are just the opposite of those who hurry to sell and book profits when companies perform well but who tenaciously hang on to businesses that disappoint. Peter Lynch aptly likens such behavior to cutting the flowers and watering the weeds." - Warren Buffett

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