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My Dare-to-Be-Dull Investing Strategy Pays Off

As I mentioned in past columns, when the market took a dive in February and March, I swooped in to buy shares of two of my favorite companies: Boeing (symbol , $358) and Costco (, $207). Those purchases used up almost all of my cash. I even sold an underperformer to free up more money to pour into Boeing. I'm glad I did.

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