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Long -Term Trade

There's probably no better example of a long-term trade than our multi-year investment in Coca-Cola (KO). We bought on October 29, 1984 at a split-adjusted price of $2.71. (Chart is a quarterly chart, with each bar representing 3 months of price activity.)

We started to take profits at 75 in late August 1998, soon after the 1998 bear market began. That represented a gross profit of +2,768%.


CRH (London)

We cover the world's major markets: Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Holland, Hong Kong, Japan, London, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, Thailand and the US. We go where the opportunites are. And no need for any translators either. Charts speak a universal language.

We bought London's CRH on May 14, 1995 at 38.80. It dipped only 30 pence to 38.50 on May 22 before beginning its big move up. We took profits on July 31, 1998 at 81.00 for a gross profit of +1,088%.

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