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If you had twenty five years left to live, how much time would you spend worrying about the daily ups and downs of the stock market?
If you had twenty years left to live, how much time would you spend trying to time the stock markets and the economy and other things that are both unpredictable and completely out of your control?
If you had fifteen years left to live, how much time would you spend trying to buy or sell a specific stock at the perfect price?
If you had ten years left to live, how much time would you devote to comparing your monthly investment returns against the returns of others?
If you had five years left to live, how much of it would you spend obsessing over financial news and its unforeseeable impact on your portfolio?
Steve Jobs on the day the iPad was released:
I got about eight hundred email messages in the last twenty-four hours. Most of them are complaining. There’s no USB cord! There’s no this, no that. Some of them are like, ‘F— you, how can you do that?’ I don’t usually write people back, but I replied, ‘Your parents would be so proud of how you turned out.’ And some don’t like the iPad name, and on and on. I kind of got depressed today. It knocks you back a bit.
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