Trading Around a Core Position
When you identify a company that consistently creates shareholder wealth, it becomes a candidate for a core position. These are the relatively permanent components of a high-quality, long-term portfolio. Over a lifetime of investing, temporary ups and downs in these stocks will be outweighed by the company's overall fundamental growth.
Decades ago, these would have been called "one decision" stocks because once you decided to buy them, you never had to sell. Ever. You simply planned to hold them forever unless something happened to change your view of the business model....389 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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