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I'm getting conflicting messages from the Fool !
In one spot(for example-in "breaking all the rules"...the new freebie)points are shown where buying at the low graph points was partly instumental in the success of the appreciation of Amazon.
Then in a lot of articles and such,it states get in a good company at any price.
Soooo,was buying in at the low points of Amazon the result of a lot of hard work and research,or just blind luck?.....I mean no disrespect with that Question,but there has to be SOME validity to looking for a dip before we just jump on board a position...yes?
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