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October 05, 2016

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It's an interesting four that they came up with. I get #1, #3 and #4, but I'm not sure why you need to have good people skills? Maybe so you don't get lonely?

So it turns out I score pretty high across the board - if I do say so myself! I would think that most people looking to achieve FI would be high on #1, #3 and #4 for sure.

Only #3 works for me-- sort of. Even though my current annual spend (excluding income taxes) is less than 1% of my investment portfolio, who knows what will happen to asset prices and tax rates in the future? If the next five decades are like the last five, this part is good to go, but they may not be, so how much confidence can I realistically have?

Anyway I haven't quit my day job, and maybe I should just forget about it.

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