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Why You’re Guaranteed to Lose Money in the Stock Market

Let’s say you loan me $10 dollars and a few months later I haven’t paid you back. So you ask me for your money, and I tell you that I only have $5 right now. But I also say that sometime in the future I’ll have the full $10 and I’ll probably even have more, so could you please just wait a little bit? You ask how long that will take and I say I don’t know. It could be..
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