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Thanks, that's a particularly bad story, but once again it proves that getting some honest financial education is mandatory for anyone even thinking about investing. Of course, the problem is knowing just what good financial information really is.
When times are good, investors tend to forget about risk and focus on opportunity. When times are bad, investors tend to forget about opportunity and focus on risk.