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Buy High, Sell Higher: Why Buy-And-Hold Is…

Buy High, Sell Higher: Why Buy-And-Hold Is Dead And Other Investing…

by Joe Terranova

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"Whether we're shopping at Costco or making investments, most of us have been trained to look for bargains. That mind set may work when you're stocking up on tubs of Mott's apple sauce, but it doesn't necessarily work when you're trading shares of Apple Inc. Today's markets move faster and have greater volatility than when buying low and selling high became the established path to wealth. In the past decade, tried-and-true strategies -- relying on index funds or buying-and-holding stocks -- have let investors down."--Dustjacket flap.… (more)

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