• The human element which is necessary for successful investing. Computers can crunch numbers, follow formulas, and provide some artificial intelligence, but judgment is crucial for making the careful decisions. The investor must be informed about the company's past and future plans, and be prepared to make some educated estimates about future trends. In all cases, judgment must be applied when doing any stock analysis.

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 Ethics: Standards of conduct or moral Judgment.Standards of conduct or moral Judgment.

 Ethics: Standards of conduct or moral Judgment.Standards of conduct or moral Judgment.

 Insider ownership: Employees, executives and directors who have their own money invested in the company are Insiders. By holding shares, they show that they have confidence in the security and future of their investment. They have extra incentive to make the company profitable. The percentage of insider ownership desirable is a Judgment call. At 51% or more, the insiders definitely have the controlling interest.

 Subject to opinion: An auditor's opinion reflecting acceptance of a company's financial statements subject to pervasive uncertainty that cannot be adequately measured, such as information relating to the value of inventories, reserves for losses, or other matters subject to Judgment.

 Subjective probabilities: Probabilities that are determined subjectively (for example, on the basis of Judgment rather than using statistical sampling).

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