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It doesn't seem like they spent much time talking about the future and potential stocks, it is just one long self congradulatory missive after another about what they were smart enough to have already bought.

If you read the portfolio write-ups on a daily basis, you'll see that they also spend a good amount of time and use a good amount of space to discuss the mistakes they've made in the past. More important, they spend the vast amount of their time showing how they select stocks with the idea that you (we) can use the same processes if we like them after having evaluated them.

Do you know of another financial forum that politely offers that opportunity while at the same time insisting that we be highly critical because, after all, it's our money at risk? I don't.

--Mike Buckley
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