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Rights and wrongs

John Hughman

Rights and wrongs

It’s always nice to be right – especially when it comes to the stock market, and the bank balance becomes a little healthier as a result. The reality, of course, is that this is not always possible, because in investing concrete facts are elusive and everything else is open to interpretation, especially about what may happen in the future.

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