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Looking back at Historical stock gains are interesting but they do not give a clear indication of a given day, a given moment, or even given stock.

Overall returns do not state that everyone got those returns.

I'm sorry but you can buy the
Wrong House
in the Wrong Place
at the Wrong Time.

Same with stocks.

Your mileage might vary. In considerable ways.
Same with a house.

It's all a crap shoot, but I think we should try to be as educated as possible to make the most educated guess.


PS We wanted it all, to own a darn doorknob and invest - and split the differences. All were invested in and have paid off.
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