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Friday, August 20, 2004

Talk about a messed up investment strategy. Invest in the companies you hate. Those are the companies that are doing the real cost cutting. Christ. MSN must be hard pressed to find some good content to publish this trash.

Nobody or thing is perfect. I would venture that every company with more then 1000 employees receives at least one complaint or suggestion every day. Even if this strategy was valid, you would then be stuck with determining which companies are "the suckiest".

I don't invest - unless you count paying off student loans. But it seems to me the only "indicator" that can predict the future success of a company is the quality of the people employed there. So it seems to me that a better question then "Do I hate them enough to invest?" is "Would I want to work there?"

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