Singleton: Doing The Wrong Thing Looks Like The Right Thing, and Vice Versa.Rupert Hargreaves
Something I find exciting is, for lack of a better word, stock market history, how great investors made an lost fortunes and how investors' perceptions change in different market environments.
For example, last week I covered a highly critical article on Henry Singleton, which was published in Business Week magazine in May 1982. The article seemed to suggest Singleton had lost his magic touch . . .
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