As I watch ANVS do this…
…I have remorse for not buying it back on the pullback after taking a 60 or 70% profit.
But then I just realized I kept it in my kids’ accounts due to an aversion for paying the cap gains taxes on it (my shares were sold in a Roth IRA w/ no tax implication). 167% for the kiddos.
Having taxable accounts is like having discipline enforced on someone who is not always so well disciplined. Humans, always learning lessons until the day we die.
By the way, an original hat tip went to my pal Joe, who sometimes Twitterizes me with good ideas.
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