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They are excellent rules JC,have suffered all them in my earlier years& still have to a lesser degree with the first two..It's " the contrarian in me", another very important rule would be to cut your losers in small caps quickly if they're underperforming the market after a couple of months, sell & then re evaluate,a lot of small.caps never recover.

Hi Roland. More testing times for sure with the markets,a lot of variables to consider,with the onset of expected interest rate rises following in US lead.Cyclical s generally don't like rate rises apart from Banks!!. Easy to see with hindsight though!!.

Thank you Graham for highlighting TSTL remuneration,i was interested in investing in them 18 months ago, after reading quite a few blogs & then investigating decided not yo invest on the grounds that it wasn't an even playing field,felt that as a shareholder i was taking all the risks to supplement their no risk bonuses & options,Thank you PortsmouthPirate for taking the time to write…

Thanks Graham for your commentary on Jup,they have also been on my watch list for a while & are likely to remain there for a while longer .One point with Fund management businesses which you are probably aware of is that they normally trade on average 3% of AUM , Mr market is being quite efficient in valuing them accordingly.

A truly genuine guy has finally been rewarded for he' s craft to the industry ",must be a very proud moment for you Paul",i'me sure you must be also very proud & privileged to work with such a great team.


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