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this is so well said. Investing is a very emotional affair, learning how to manage these emotions in light of facts and circumstances is key. Thank you!


My own personal learning from this experience, is perhaps redefining when ‘a story changes’. Perhaps simply missed guidance or feeling substantial uncertainty, or that the story is becoming far too complicated, is enough. This is one lesson Saul has taught. Everyone can make their own decisions based on the information if the story has changed for them, and whether it is right or wrong is also a personal reflection.
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