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7investing has 7 principles and I’m pleased to welcome Dan Kline to talk about these so that you can learn about how you can use them to improve your investing.
“Owning individual stocks isn't for everyone. If you're someone who would be more comfortable just having index funds or you want to own dividend paying blue chips that are likely to be in good position for the next 20 years, that's okay. Nobody is telling you, you have to own the hot new software as a service company or the company that's trying to reinvent insurance or, or whatever it is. And I'm pretty skeptical of a lot of those companies. And I'm also pretty skeptical of a lot of the advice you get on those companies.”
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Daniel B. Kline has spent the past six years as a leading voice on retail, consumer goods, technology, entertainment, mobile, and more for various platforms at The Motley Fool. He hosted multiple live digital shows for members while he was also a regular guest on the company’s top podcasts. Prior to that Kline led the business desk at The Boston Globe’s Boston.com while also regularly writing for the paper. Kline served as the launch editor for what is now known as the MSN Money App for Microsoft and he has appeared on a variety of cable, radio, and internet shows. He lives in West Palm Beach, FL but can regularly be found at industry events in Las Vegas or working from a cruise ship (when such things were possible).
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