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Fight or Flight Investing

If you've ever followed anything I've written or interviews I've done, you've probably heard me say that the stock market is a scam. And that's because, quite frankly, it largely is. So many public companies manipulate their numbers, so many mutual funds and stockbrokers have a bunch of hidden fees. All these investment news sources preach that the stock market is going to collapse, or that you should buy this or that stock that's going to get you 6,000% gains.
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