JARGON EXPLAINED

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The following is a list of phrases and their definitions that might help you understand the mysterious language of securities analysts:

“It has been long known”… I didn’t research other examples.

“A definite trend is evident”…This data is practically meaningless.

“While it has not been possible to provide definite answers to the questions”… I don’t know, but I still hope to find out.

“Typical results are shown”…This is a very pretty graph.

“In my experience”…Once.

“In case after case”…Twice.

“It is believed that”… I think.

“It is generally believed that”…A couple of others think so too.

“Correct, within order of magnitude…Wrong!

“According to statistical analysis”…Rumor has it.

We at Markowski Investments hope that this will help you to better understand all those esteemed analysts that bombard you with useless information every day.

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