This is the second part of our “Philip Fisher’s Four Dimensions of Investing” series. I strongly recommend that you read the first part before reading this. If you have already read the first part, it would still help a lot if you could refresh it before moving further with this post.
Fisher is best known as the author of Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits, that has remained in print ever since it was first published in 1958. That’s a proof of timelessness of the book and the lessons it contains.
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