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What Is Wrong With Stock Market Investing

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The topic I want to cover today is near and dear to my heart. It is the topic of the stock market. Now, I was a traditional financial advisor from the ages of 18-23. I was very good at it. I made more than 6 figures per year running my practice, had many clients, managed millions of dollars, and even earned an endorsement for investing from Dave Ramsey. My point? I know my stuff when it comes to this topic. My focus today is what is wrong with the mutual fund/stock market way of investing

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