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Relationship and investing.

October 29, 2009

In 1977 I was married for 9 years, teaching an Introductory Psychology class at Rio Hondo college, Whittier, California. My future second wife arrived on campus in the Fall Semester, dropped her IP class with another professor, took it again with a second professor and dropped it. In 1981 my first wife filed for a divorce. My future second wife took Introductory Psychology for the third time, with a third professor – me. We were married in August 1982. We are happily married for 28 years. She is my “Soulmate.”

You see how easy it is to find your “soulmate.” You don’t need to be a “Shrink,” only an astute observer of what a person you like was doing before you met!

What’s this got to do with investing?

To be a great investor, you have to concentrate. To concentrate, you have to have peace of mind at home.

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