And although I don’t really emphasize the value of my portfolio at any time since the passive dividend income is what will ultimately buy me my financial independence, I won’t dismiss the fact that having five figures invested in one company is somewhat psychologically satisfying. And while I’d prefer the value of my Freedom Fund to actually decline, or at least stay stable, in any given time period so that I can purchase high-quality stocks for less money, if it’s a rising tide that I’m investing in then so be it – my boat will get lifted with the rest.
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