"Rule Breaker Investing" Pet Peeves, Vol. 7

“Rule Breaker Investing” Pet Peeves, Vol. 7

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Don’t you hate it when people keep long lists of pet peeves? That’s why we’re here; to get those peeves off the list and out into the airwaves.

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