On Nov 24, 2015, at 12:43 PM, Lee Hart via EV <ev@lists.evdl.org> wrote:

> Mark Abramowitz wrote:
>> Stock price is irrelevant to the value of a company's used product. 
>> Frequently also irrelevant to the value of the underlying company.
> Agreed. Stock price was just an easy way to demonstrate that the market
> price for something does not always reflect its value. In particular, it
> does not reflect its value to YOU!

I've had this conversation with a few people over the past couple weeks.

The best investment is the one that you never sell because it's too valuable 
for you to let go of.

Would you rather flip houses, or invest in an home you'll luxuriate in for the 
rest of your life? Do you really want to be making new car payments forever? 
How about friends, spouses: trade them in for a new model at the first sign of 
boredom or work with somebody to build the life of your dreams?

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