Geoff Gannon June 17, 2018

There’s Always a Simpler Problem to Solve

Wednesday, June 13th – Monro by DAVE ROTTMAN   To Focused Compounding members: As a stock picker, when you’re first faced with the decision to buy or not buy a stock – it seems like a complicated question. Consider the mental math problem of 54 times 7. There are a couple ways of tackling this problem. The simplest though is to multiply 50 by 7, getting 350 and then multiply 4 by 7 getting 28. You add 350 to 28 and get 378. There are...

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