Ask a Foolish Question: What Is a "Falling Knife?"
Dec 20th 2012 6:44PM
Updated Dec 20th 2012 6:50PM
LONDON -- Continuing their series of videos aimed at novice investors, Chris Nials and Sam Robson explain the meaning of the phrase "to catch a falling knife" within investing, using SuperGroup as a recent example.
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