The risks of copycat investing
If you bought a stock just because a big investor did, you could be hit when the stock goes through a bad patch
Making money from stocks may look easy as pie in a bull market, but regular investors know that unearthing winners is far from easy. One short-cut that has gained ground globally is copycat investing, also known as coat-tailing or side-car investing. Copycat investors simply keep an eagle eye on the investment moves of a renowned market wizard, and faithfully replicate his or her buys and sell...
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