Whether it comes from over swiping a credit card, not investing early enough, cashing out a 401(k), or buying a house or a car we can’t afford, regret comes from decisions in our past that we feel define us in some way. The thing about regret is that it can affect us so deeply if we do not know how to move past it.
In a sense, bored, confused, and lonely are the long-term investor’s resting state. And in that, hopefully some of us can find community and comfort
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