To Thine Own Self Be True

Know your limits as an investor
It was Polonius in William Shakespeare’s Hamlet who spoke the words, “To thine own self be true.” There has been some scholarly debate about the meaning of the phrase.  Polonius’ children spoof him in pantomime as he speaks the words. Was it meant to be a joke? Some people tattoo the words on their arms. It seems to have become a credo for people who feel they need to take care of themselves...

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