One of the most famous maxims of the investment guru Warren Buffett is "to be fearful when others are greedy and to be greedy when others are fearful" – in other words, buy low, sell high and don't follow the crowd. The reason it works for him is that most investors don't follow his words of wisdom.
Damning study bolsters campaign to open up clinical trial data to public view
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Richard Garner visits Essa Academy in Bolton – the cutting edge of an education revolution
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Shadow Chancellor says safeguarding Britain's credit rating will be his priority
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