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5 investing myths debunked

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5 investing myths debunked

Financial myths are everywhere, muddying the investment waters. Unfortunately for the investing public, the veracity of many financial facts comes down to personal preference, the data of the day and whom you ask.

It's no wonder that people throw their hands up and say, "Forget it!" See if you believe whether these so-called truths are fact or fiction.

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