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Stock Market Commentary for 2/25/2021: The Big Picture: + Fed Chair Jerome Powell reassured investors that...
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"The stock market is a device to transfer money from the impatient to the patient."

Warren Buffett

"The investor's chief problem - and his worst enemy - is likely to be himself. In the end, how your investments behave is much less important than how you behave."

Benjamin Graham

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Peter Lynch