One of Saber’s limited partners manages a mutual fund, and he recently told me his mistakes often come when he picks stocks of lower quality or more complex companies that look cheap, instead of paying a higher price for a great business. He calls this being “too cute”. I believe my investment in Wells Fargo falls into this “trying to be too cute” category.

Mistakes often occur when prior cash ...

 

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