I'm not one to review people's portfolios any more. Just too hard and too much darned work. But I've got friends in jams -- younger friends -- and for them, I find the time.
Which is why I was gratified to see the portfolio of a 20-something sister of one of my daughter's friends yesterday. She was worried. We are all worried, and she didn't want to be doing the wrong thing.
And because you can't get really rich on a portfolio of staid old names, in your 20s you have to be looking for the next
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