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I'm disappointed I didn't buy multiple stocks over the years because they looked too expensive; or sold out after a quick double or less, when they would go on go 10x or more- CRM, XTO (20 yrs ago), NFLX.

I'm learning. Conversely, I watched nvda go from 240 to like 100 3-4 years ago, and was itchy to sell TSLA two years ago, and recently itching to sell TWOU. some of these bounced back really well. Thankfully I'm 38 with 20 years of investing under my belt and hopefully finally have learned.

I'm disappointed English mastiffs don't live forever. Ours is 9, and quite grey. We love him nonetheless, and he's seemingly healthy now, but still, he's getting old.
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