The Wealthy Barber explains two ways you can invest
The basic principles of investing cover bitcoin, stocks and even your bank account
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“You know when I was very young, first entering the financial world, someone explained to me that all investments can be categorized in one of two ways, put into one of two baskets. And I’ve never forgotten the lesson.”
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