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Al Levit wrote in Friday's CKPort:

"One of the rules we follow in Fooldom is to concentrate on the winners in a given portfolio. With the winners will lie an increasing portion of our savings. You can expect us to write considerably more about Microsoft, Gap, Pfizer, and Intel than to spend too much time on American Express and T. Rowe Price today."

Apparently the philosophy of learning from your mistakes is not considered Foolish. How sad!

Considering we're all just as likely to pick an AXP loser as a GAP winner (or, in my case, an INVX instead of an AOL), an occasional discussion of why a CK (or FoolPort) stock turned down would be far more helpful and educational than yet another episode of back-patting.
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