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Dogma, from Kim Zussman

February 3, 2009 |

 Now that the assumption that 1930s markets would never repeat was wrong, academics will have to start over:

Dollar cost averaging vs all in at 8X leverage.
Stocks for the long run.
Real estate never goes down.
10% down on house doubles your money quickly.
Buy dips because they sometimes reverse.
How many asteroid collisions in a normal distribution.
You can't time the market but it is better to skip crashes.
Buy and hold this.
The miracle of compound what.
Small stocks are good because they were large banks.
High dividend yield is a tumor marker.
The trend is your friend until you both end.
Safe mortgage investments.
Self-directed retirements.
Calpers.
Retire this.
Prosperous Iceland.
Free markets work best because Ayn never experienced one.
Yes we can.


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