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I just found this board, and plan to follow it. A couple of questions for those who have been here for a while:

1: How much time do you spend on a weekly basis doing your research?
2: Do you find that growth goes into and out of favor? In other words, are there years that you had to fight for every little gain, versus years you can't miss? I ask that because I see in Saul's 2016 intro post that PE is a real important number, but more recently, the SAAS companies don't fit that mold. The so-called "pros" say that the markets shift between growth and value. Small companies growing fast in the early part of the business cycle, then big behemoths in the latter parts. They also say that the last parts of a bull are filled with IPO's.

Thanks and regards,
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