I don’t play tennis, but I have read a number of articles describing investing as being a loser’s game (read here).
Played by everyone who’s not a professional tennis player.
The way to score — and win — is by keeping the ball in play and not taking any unnecessary risks. Just focus on avoiding mistakes and you’ll be fine. Don’t give your opponent any easy points, for example by giving him the chance to smash.
You can also watch this talk by Howard Marks (click here). You can fast forward the video to 23.10 min (to watch that part about the Loser’s Game).
I like high growth companies with strong fundamentals. Often, their fast rising share prices would also reflect that. Who doesn’t like them?
Often I come across very promising companies with great financial figures, occasionally I was introduced to them by some …