Ah, well...there you are. I'm so glad you know me so well. My statement stands on breadth and depth of reading, as well as experience in the markets. Just because I'm coming back fresh after illness does not mitigate former knowledge. 1 in one thousand and 2 in ten thousand may be worth their salt...the rest are mediocre at best. You may wish to bounce that "assumption" off the guru list at gurufocus.com as but one sample to see longer term outcomes...as a more democratic and visual representation of chaff vs winnow.
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