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Subject: Re: I am confused. Date: 2/8/2005 8:41 AM
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Mike,

The links that JB provided do give you the necessary insights to understanding the Rule Maker philosophy, but since the Rule Makers aren't specifically followed any more, discussion on boards such as this one is scarce.

Importantly, the Foolish Collective is indeed the place to go to continue discussing Rule Makers, though they're generally not referred to that anymore. The board was actually an offshoot of a Rule Maker stock-picking seminar the Fool held, and was a place where alumni of the seminar could go and continue discussing the stocks they had found. It used to be called the RM Foolish Collective board to signify its roots.

Nowadays, it is open to everyone so the RM was dropped, Rule Makers are more generically discussed, and it is one of the most intelligent, civil places on the Fool to discuss stocks in general. Some of the smartest people on the Fool hang out there and welcome everyone in a friendly atmosphere where newbies are encouraged to ask even the most basic of questions. As you might imagine, I highly recommend it.

Once upon a time, I used to hang out there regularly myself, until I became involved with the Hidden Gems newsletter and I cut my teeth on learning about investing, valuation, and more. I think you'll enjoy the experience.

Rich
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