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|Subject: Re: Does the bigger picture help to pick stocks?||Date: 7/10/2013 1:37 PM|
|Author: kelbon||Number: 15283 of 20304|
First let me confess that an analysis such as the POD winning "Bigger Picture" is way over my head.
Sometimes, it's not the analysis that is over your/my (one's head), it's the way it's written. For instance an over abundance of technical jargon and acronyms. Sometimes I find it useful to just write down what seem to be the salient points, paragraph by paragraph. Other times: "I'm not going to bother to read that, my head hurts enough as it is."
A lifetime of dollar cost averaging these stocks plus a few other stalwarts would produce a market beating result in a low risk portfolio. If I could start all over again this is what I would do.
You can't start over but you can adjust your portfolio accordingly. I completely agree with you as per this approach, though I was surprised to see you express it, given Kandi and all.
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