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i had been looking for my "investment persona" when i came across 'the motley fool's rule breakers rule makers'. after reading the first half of the book (rule breakers) i think i have found it. i didnt know where to start looking for good candidates tho until tmfedible's articles

http://www.fool.com/News/mft/2005/mft05021602.htm

and later

http://www.fool.com/news/commentary/2005/commentary05031001.htm

while marriage isnt a *new* emerging market they (david and carley) are integrating television, magazines, books, and websites in the market in new ways.
i like the way the business has expanded into the pre and post nuptial markets too. seems as tho the only place left for them to grow into are teen and retirement demographics, for a life-long brand.
the aol, hummer winbald backing is promising.
i signed up at the site to take a look around from a customer perspective and i liked what i saw : smart, creative, and experienced.
the p/e and nasdaq price history get the immediate "over-valued!" response.

does anyone else see rule breaker in the knot?

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