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All prepared, he loosened his tie, took off his jacket, and lay down on the couch.
The psychiatrist sat in his psychiatrist's chair, and the portfolio manager waited for
the probing question. "Polaroid," said the psychiatrist. "Polaroid," repeated the ...
A number of companies make cameras, and a number of others make film, but
only one company — Polaroid — makes a film that produces a print for you in ten
seconds, and once again there is a ring of patents all around the process.
So the "performance" fund managers moved out of the two hundred biggest
companies into, quite simply, stocks that would go up. They bought the growth
stocks, the senior sisters like IBM, Polaroid, and Xerox, though they were not so
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