Just For Laugh ...
Cabot has the engaging habit of philosophizing about the patterns it sees in stock performances. It writes:
“The key to finding winners is to look for stocks that bounce
back quickly; we call those tennis balls, as they spring back to life
after hitting the floor. Conversely, it’s usually best to avoid the
names that can’t get off their knees even after the market lifts its
head, as their inability to bounce resembles eggs that have splattered
on the floor.”
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