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"If you are not worried, you are not risking enough." This is the first of the Zurich investment axioms, which I mentioned last month. The axioms assume that you want to get rich. The first thing to realize is that you will never get rich on wage or salary income. You can only do it by investing, or by starting a business. Yet even most people who save and invest don't get rich.
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