Deep Dive: How to buy low and sell really high in the stock market

Investors tend to chase performance, flocking to stocks that have posted the best recent performance. But that strategy can easily backfire.

Hot shares typically cool, causing panic. So “buy low and sell high” gets turned upside down.

How can one avoid this pattern? One way is to put together a portfolio of quality companies and stick with them — for years.

Last month we reviewed the Jensen Quality Growth Fund, a U.S. mutual fund that has a remarkable performance track record combined with very low turnover. Eric Schoenstein, one of seven co-managers of the fund, explained the team’s stock-picking philosophy and consistent outperformance.

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