- Know Who You Are
- Know What You Know
- Know What You Don’t Know
- Use a Discount Broker
- Know What You Want and Make a List
- Do Due Diligence
- Go Heavy on the Crème de la Crème
- Don’t Overpay
- Diversify but Not Too Much
- Keep Score and Be Patient
- Stay Humble
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