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The market is so efficient that everything that can be known about a company is constantly figured into the price of its stock - so that price is equal to the value of the company at all times.
The market is so efficient that once new information about a company is public, there is a small window of time to buy or sell before this information is reflected in a sharp rise or plunge in the stock.
Institutional investors control such a large portion of the money in the market, that anything they do efficiently moves a stock in one direction or the other while any action smaller investors take makes little impact.
Monitoring the stock price carefully and investing just as it starts to rise sharply
Finding a business that has meaning to you and that you believe in
Researching the business carefully and reviewing several financial numbers to determine how it protects itself from competition in the same space
Following industry trends carefully and reading analysts' reports on that stock
Calculating what the business is worth and buying it well below that price
The price rises higher than its value
A competitor's stock price surpasses it
Right after earnings reports have been released, and it has been announced that the company failed to achieve their sales projections.
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