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Hi all, this interested me. If anyone wants to comment on this. That would be fine. I want to investigate this. RTs/GG thing.

RBs/RTs/GG/RMs triology post. This post link,expands beyond last post link

RTs/GG I wish to investigate this to see if a (RT) Rule Tweener strategy merges with the Gorilla game strategy.

xerohype said in this post.The link is above.

Rule Tweeners (RTs) are strange and rare beasts, indeed. They live somewhere in the realm between Rule Breakers (RBs) and Rule Makers (RMs). They show hybrid characteristics of both-type of companies, and as such offer superior returns. Rule Tweeners are leaders in their sector that have clawed their way out of their initial phase of existence into turbo-charged profit-making machines. I am talking about companies right smack in the middle of hypergrowth.

RTs live in the tornado, they are in the sweet spot of that S-curve with plenty of growth left in them.

These Rule Tweener-Gorillas may offer some of the best investment opportunities out there. Their long-term fate is secure as long as no Discontinuous Innovations kill their Gorilla power and they are right within the sweet spot of the tornado, offering incredible growth. As such, it may pay to examine companies using all of these methods:
-RB to look for fast up and comers
-GG to examine long term fundamental strength in the technology sector
-RM to examine the financial strength of the company as it starts to spit out tons of cash.
It's all about picking the very best companies and having them compound to monster returns over the years.

(Disclaimer: long JDSU, YHOO, RMBS and QCOM)

Thanks all Ed
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