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How good does it feel to get a good deal on something?
Doesn’t it feel great?
Although I spent the day after Thanksgiving relaxing, it only took me a few minutes of watching the local news to see that there were millions of people out there practically trampling each other to get good deals on merchandise on Black Friday.
I think there’s an inherent desire there, where people innately want to pay less for things.
More specifically, we want to pay less than that which something is worth.
Price and value are inextricably linked on one hand; on the other hand, they’re rarely (if ever) one and the same.
While value gives context to price, allowing one to decide what they should pay, the value of something may be very, very different than its price.
And this is perhaps never more apparent than when buying stocks.
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