Nothing’s FreeEverything has a

Nothing’s Free

Everything has a price, but not all prices appear on labels.

The trick is convincing yourself that the market’s fee is worth it. That’s the only way to properly deal with volatility and uncertainty—not just putting up with it, but realizing that it’s an admission fee worth paying. There’s no guarantee that it will be.

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