Multiplying the returns of the stock market by four might not be a good idea for most people.
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The odds of finding the next superstock are incredibly low, but the rewards are incredibly high.
Approach all claims of market-beating patterns with extreme skepticism.
The odds of finding a stock picker who can do better in down markets have long been less than 50/50.
The history of financial popularity is the record of high expectations leading to low returns.
Several factors combine to make computer models fatally flawed, says veteran investor Richard Bookstaber.