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Words From Morningstar Investing Excellence Award Winners

These talents share their thoughts on the industry.

Joel Tillinghast: At the start of my career, when the pink sheets were literally pink sheets--they were pink lists of bids and offers on very illiquid stocks--a couple of times, I had to call the company after an earnings release and request that they read me the line items in their earnings press release, because there was incremental value in those details, and everybody else wouldn't get them for another two or three days.

Dana Emery: Just the sheer volume of data and the speed and accessibility of data that has led to short-termism, and I think it's really been important to keep our eye on the long term, keep our eye on where we see value over the coming three to five years, and take in that data but also keep a long-term mindset.