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Top Investment Banks Can't Pick "Winners"

If you watch the financial news (which I don't advise), you know much of it is filled with "analysts", "technicians", fund managers, and other self-appointed "gurus" who explain to the rest of us why we should buy a particular stock. The assumption -- for which there is no credible evidence -- is that these people have stock picking expertise. Since they don't publish their track record, they are rarely held accountable.
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