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Another example I can think of is your own situation how you get a lot of insider information.

Like fun when you mentioned that the major holder was a friend of yours & wouldn't be selling his stake.
Like you lunch dates with execs etc thats all asymmetric information, its information not known to all investors that gives you an advantage.

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