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Walter P. Fuller bought 40 acres in what is now Pinellas Park, Florida for $45.27 in 1920; less than four years later, he resold it for $40,000. Nine months later, in 1924, the land was resold again for $60,000. The next change of title was in 1933 when the property was sold at auction for $450 - to discharge the county's tax lien. Like Bernard Baruch, Fuller became a millionaire by selling too soon.


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