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What people who want to retire should be focused on is how to beat the market by at least 20% per year. That involves understanding businesses, judging risk accurately, and a lot of effort in picking stocks. No doubt it's hard work, but one who's successful at it is in pretty good shape.


If your profile is up-to-date, I notice that you invest in a number of individual small cap stocks. Would you be willing to share how you discovered and decided on the stocks you've listed, or generally what your process for evaluating such stocks is?

thanks in advance,
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