I first wrote about Selective Insurance Group (NASDAQ:SIGI) last August for my first article on Seeking Alpha. At the time, I expressed the view the SIGI was a well-run firm in growth mode with considerable upside. Investors who read the article and bought the stock were up more than 20% late in the year, with the stock price hitting $28 briefly. Since that time though, Selective's stock has crashed back to the low $20s and it sits today around $22 a share. To be clear, I am not a short-term investor or a market-timing investor. I firmly believe in a buy-and-hold strategy as the best mechanism for long-term returns as an average individual investor. At the same time...
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