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I don't get it "but I don't believe in copying great investors."  Isn't that what learning from them is, to follow in the footsteps of the superinvestors therefore to "copy" them to become a superinvestor like them yourself.  I believe that is what learning from them is, isn't it?


I am trying out your strategy of keeping only the original cost basis in the fast growth stock (TSLA, my entry point todays close) and taking the profits.  We will see if this is a good one to make it to part two of Becoming a Seasoned Investor.


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