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Save Like A Pessimist

To save like a pessimist and invest like an optimist sounds like a contradiction, but life is about duality and certain contradictory actions have to be taken.

One has to survive in the short run and enjoy the good results in the long run.

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"There's no money in poetry, but then there's no poetry in money, either." ~ Robert Graves

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