Catch ‘em young is a phrase used by James J Heckman, a Nobel laureate economist, in devising a public policy which shows that investing in disadvantaged young children has a high economic return. Though the policy is aimed at promoting fairness and social justice, it does find application in investing as well. Identifying businesses at an early stage with a sound revenue model creates wealth in the long run.
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