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Source: Safalniveshak   Daniel Kahneman: “If owning stocks is a long-term project for you, following their changes constantly is a very, very bad idea. It’s the worst possible thing you can do, because people are so sensitive to short-term losses. If you count your money every day, you’ll be miserable.” Good stuff from Safal.… Read More The post What You Control appeared first on The Big Picture.
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