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Still working on a Washu's Guide to the RBP, but here're the main points:


1. One year of actual stock investment experience.
2. Experience in a 20% or more short or long-term loss with a stock.
3. 10K, of which at least 7K is in less risky stocks (eg. RMP, FF)

Had some quotes to go along with this:

On the importance of experience:
The first mountain you climb should not be Everest.

On high-risk portfolios:
Hey genius, this coffee's hot!

I can't come up with a quote that high-risk stocks should be added to a stock portfolio, not compose it.

Washu! ^O^

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