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dbphd writes,

A couple of decades ago I took a course at the Stanford Business School taught by a noted local money manager. I ignored his advice and it cost me several hundred thousand.


What specific piece of advice did you ignore? (I'm assuming it wasn't anything like Dave Ramsey's advice that you should find an advisor who will charge you a big front-end load.)

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