Embrace the boring
Boring companies don’t make for interesting cocktail party stories. But what many successful investors have found is that companies in less exciting industries often produce excellent long-term returns, which is the principal goal for retirement investors. Think slow and Easy wins the race, Ariel Capital, has become a global leader. Investors who put $1,000 into Ariel Capital stock in 1986 and reinvested their dividends would have more than $32,000 today. By being the best in their business, boring companies often provide better rewards to their shareholders than do high-flying upstarts
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