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Have a coal mine which might produce energy for everyone cheaply but is sited near a pretty village with important votes or with some rare amphibians nearby, forget even trying to get going. Political footballs are always utterly vulnerable to disaster originating from the government and political system. Once a share is ensnared in politics it is immediately poised on the edge of doom. Of course there are plenty of examples but a notable one to research is Railtrack; I could write a separate book on that case and I’m sure someone has.

A few years back this would be a long, tedious and frustrating job. Good information on shares was really hard to find and when you found such data, it was expensive and after you bought it, it was very laborious to sieve through. Thanks heaven for the internet and more particularly ADVFN. I run ADVFN and I use it for all my investing. As such I’m not going to list all the many other places to go and find share information. ADVFN does the job for me. Sites like ADVFN give you share information resources that in the 1990s would have cost you many thousands of pounds a year and in some cases tools that were simply not available.

This is why value investing works. The market has to pay investors a good return to own boring out-of-fashion shares. Prices of unloved companies fall until they are so cheap that smart investors can’t resist buying them. At some point this unpopularity goes into reverse and those that bought in cheaply make good returns. If I turn that idea around you will quickly see why so many investors lose money. The reverse situation is that people buy fashionable stocks that everyone loves. Clearly at some point the price of the share rises so high that people can’t resist taking their profits.

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