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All investors that buy individual stocks should "breathe" in a variety of strategies and examine them critically relative to their personal time line and risk tolerance. Once they do, I'm confident that our strategies are of sufficient quality to "land" a lot of folks for the long-term. But un-critical devotion to any strategy -- based on past returns, quality content or shared faith in the individual investor -- is not a good idea. It's your money. You da man/woman.

OK, Buster, you've won a coveted place on my favorite Fools list. Best from-the-heart advice that needed to be said -- and you said it.

Looking forward to reading more from you.

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