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Is The Buy And Hold Strategy Dead?

The buy-and-hold strategy of stock investing has long been the mantra of sustainable portfolio growth.  The basis of the strategy is to buy a good company and hold onto it for years until it turns a profit—because it is a good company and the average stock return historically has been 8-10%.  The best investors have long advocated this strategy, from famed value investor Benjamin Graham, to billionaire Warren Buffett, and to pretty much any traditional stock investing book you pick up.

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