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  1. Harold Sader
    Harold Sader April 22, 2013 at 10:30 pm | | Reply

    I haven’t the slightest idea. I do know that I no longer wish to be a trader sitting in front of a CRT for up to 6 hours per day. While being a contrarian makes sense to me, and historically seems to be directionally correct, it often affirms that too much inertia ain’t a good thing.So what is the answer? No doubt it is different strokes for different folks. For me it means finding and sticking with companies that offer proven worth stemming from growth, innovation, profitability and profitability prospects and which are sensitive to stockholder interests, and a willingness to stick with a company that you believe in although it has not yet reached the promised land. It also means having enough humility to accept being wrong and taking your lumps when necessary.

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