STAY INVESTED, BUT EXPECT TO TAKE SOME LUMPS ALONG THE WAY To reduce risk, buy only bargains, says FORTUNE's quarterly investment strategy report

CURRAN, JOHN J.; Gustke, Constance A.; Mendes, Joshua; Schultz, Ellen
August 1988
Fortune;8/15/1988, Vol. 118 Issue 4, p25
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