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Will that lessen the prospects of a discontinuous innovation in high technology from happening and a new technology adoption life cycle from developing with new
companies as we move through time? <ggg>


Thank you Bruce, for taking the time to reply. I suppose another way of phrasing the question is this -
The Gorrila Game is really based upon a retrospective analysis of some very, very successful companies, and using what was discovered about those to try and predict the behaviour of companies in the present and future. If a company happens to fall into the group defined as attractive by the Game rules, is the fact that Millions of people are now aware of this, doomed to overvalue the stock early in its lifecycle?

Add this to the immense changes in how stock markets behave as a result of the great unwashed like me having access to information and the inclination to participate in the market to a degree that did not exist 10 years ago.

I know how Moore addresses the questions of overvaluation, and I do not mean to confuse that discussion with the one above.

Anyway, just some idle musings on a fine late August day, plotting my next moves.

And, if I haven't said so before, I want to express my thanks (and doubtless that of thousands) to you for your exquisite and tireless postings. You are, indeed, unique.

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