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October 16, 2008


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Jeremy Welch

Looking in the rearview mirror even a little bit might be a mistake. Trying to connect the dots in the past might result in generating false conclusions about the way the world works.

Kent @ The Financial Philosopher


You make a great point, as usual...

Perhaps we could create a purpose for the "rear-view mirror" other than just "looking back."

How about if we turn it towards ourselves? That way we will only be able to look forward, and when we are tempted to "look back," we will only see our own image...

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