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Be sure to look at the market's moves in the proper context.
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If you're one of them, consider this your very important wake-up call.
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Hint: It's probably less than you'd think.
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Those in need can get some extra money from the government.
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The sooner you -- or your kids -- get these lessons under your belt, the sooner you might be able to start getting wealthier.
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