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Most all my life have been interested in investing as a way to "get rich". Back in 1973 I was watching my coins for the silver ones still in circulation. In 1976 was 401K investing in Radio Shack, thinking "this business just grows 20% each year". And... that 50% company match was a motivator too. Have studied lots of different methods, and honed my Baloney Detector -- so much of investing depends on what to filter as key info and what to filter out (most) as irrelevant.
Lived through the Carter years, and have a monthly money market statement documenting an interest yield of 17.99%. Have always been wiling to see a loss as part of investing, each time I try to see what I could learn to
prevent loss in the future. But as part of a lifetime of investing, if you want to get a lot of profit out, you *must* put a lot of capital at risk as part of the deal.
I was a member of Better Investing, nee NAIC, before the Beardstown Ladies became popular. Still am. If I would deviate from their "Growth at a Reasonable Price" principle, it would be in the direction of deep value and dividend investing. Growing dividends, better still.
Bonds, Dividend stock ideas & income, Retirement savings, Stocks - long
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