How to Look at Growth Over the Long Term
May 17th 2013 10:28AM
Updated May 17th 2013 12:05PM
If you feel strongly that a company is going to grow over the next decade, should you really care how much it grows this quarter? Foolish investors who keep a long-term perspective can often take advantage of short-term misses to profit from well-run businesses.
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