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Whole Foods’ appetizing stock

Let me begin with a confession. I am not a health food fanatic. It’s possible that I purchased something organic once or twice but, if I did, it was an accident. Yet as I approach the border of my late 40s, my doctor’s advice is beginning to resonate: eat less, exercise more. The parallel in financial planning, of course, is spend less, save more.
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Epiphany on the Triborough Bridge

Investment inspiration can come from unexpected sources – like the Triborough Bridge into Manhattan, which I often crossed when I was a novice financial analyst more than 20 years ago. Every driver who wanted to use the bridge (now officially called the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge), had to pay the toll and hand over $3.50 to the attendant in the booth.
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