The sole purpose of investing is to grow your capital and income base to meet a current or future cash need. If you believe you might not meet your cash goals and objectives, you will panic and take unnecessary risks, which generally result in loss and disappointment. So in simple terms, investing is about meeting needs, not hitting the lottery.

The sole purpose of investing is to grow your capital and income base to meet a current or future cash need. If you believe you might not meet your cash goals and objectives, you will panic and take unnecessary risks, which generally result in loss and disappointment. So in simple terms, investing is about meeting needs, not hitting the lottery.

— Kelley Wright from “Dividends Still don’t Lie” P. 12

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