If you are doing your own research and investing in smaller companies then you need to know how to look after yourself. In larger companies, people misjudge the business and the valuations.
To put my readers in the right frame of mind for this article, I’ll quote a quip from Warren Buffett’s deputy Charlie Munger, whom someone has described as the richest comedian in the world, “Warren, if people weren’t wrong so often, we wouldn’t be so rich.” The takeaway obviously being that when some people are wrong, others get rich at their expense.
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