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Something to Consider Every Time You Buy Stock

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As Jeremy Siegel writes in his well researched The Future for Investors: "The long-term return on a stock depends not on the actual growth of its earnings, but on the difference between its actual earnings growth and the growth that investors expected." Something to consider every time you buy a stock, especially if you’re betting on “sweeping trends.”
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