1888 Sears Catalog was Amazon, Building Wealth, Investing, Retirement, Stock Trading, Freedom, Liberty, Life, History

Episode 128:  Today we discuss why I believe that no stock should be held forever.  In 1888 the Sears Catalog was the “Amazon” of the day…now they’re struggling with bankruptcy.  Ten years ago Blackberry “owned” the corporate mobile phone market…where are they today?

Never fall in love with a stock…just date them.

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