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“Buy Stocks” and “Collect Rent” Is Terrible Investing Advice When Followed on Face Value

Blanket investing philosophies without context are a destructive way to lose money.

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If I see another blog post telling people to invest in stocks or buy real estate, I’m going to vomit on my freshly polished, piano black dress shoes.

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