You Don’t Get Rich by Taking Profits

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“Never sell.” That’s the motto Carter Thomas wishes he had adopted 20 years ago.

In 2003, Carter took all the money he’d ever made from his summer jobs as a lifeguard — a respectable $18,000 — and bought Apple stock. That was a smart decision.

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I write for dreamers, doers, and unbroken optimists. Read my daily blog here: https://nik.art/

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