8 one-trick-pony companies to ride
Who needs a multinational conglomerate? Etch A Sketch's recent rally and a hot IPO for Annie's highlight companies that do one thing really well.
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I've found more then once....That you don't buy or invest in a Company, "just" because you like them or their products....Trick is, "everyone" else has to like their product and/or services.
Emotions shouldn't really play "much" of a part, in wise investing. IMO.
lol...stay out of the market hun... you're way over your head id you wouldn't buy stock since you don't like their M n' C...lol wow.
p.s. i like it...both Anni'es and her M N' C
Sorry to hear you missed out on mircosoft. To bad you didn't marry your best friend, I did and she and I are still happy today, oops and I didn't get in on microsoft but that okay.
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