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One of the things it has taken me several years to fully appreciate is that the decision to "do nothing" or "keep doing the same thing" is just a much a decision as the one that says follow a Foolish strategy.

It doesn't seem as much a decision, and it certainly feels somehow safer, but the reality is that just keeping on doing the same thing *is* a decision. And the cost, in lost opportunity, can be much greater than you realize.

Right now my investments amount to several year's salary, and they certainly earn me more money than my salary. They deserve a reasonable amount of time and study.

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