Chris Dillow 

When good companies turn bad

Chris Dillow

Chris Dillow
When good companies turn bad

Shareholders in Thomas Cook – a company that traces its roots back to 1841 – face being wiped out. This contains lessons for all investors, especially those who think they are stockpickers for the long term.

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