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Subject:  refusing to admit mistakes Date:  9/19/2000  6:18 PM
Author:  Wildcat Number:  13155 of 18386

<We don't churn stocks in and out of the portfolio chasing hot streaks. In fact we haven't sold a single stock yet -- >

An investor who takes pride in never having sold a stock,
is not being wise, in my humble opinion. In fact it is only a
fool who admits this with pride. If one cannot realize
one's own mistakes, then one is truly being foolish.

Sell your losers, buy your winners is a mantra I have
been stressing for some time on TMF boards.
Has worked wonders for me, :)

all the best
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