Are moonshots too rare to look for?

My last post drew a distinction between two classes of shares: potential “moonshots” (those with fat-tailed and/or right-skew returns), and “mundanes” (those with symmetrical returns).  I argued that when selecting potential moonshots for a portfolio, one should be more tolerant of false positives than when selecting mundanes. However, I can also see a good case that it may … Read more