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60 Seconds Focusing on Value:

"What Money Can Teach Us about Love"

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Economist and New York Times columnist Ben Stein uses economics to write about lessons in love. High-quality bonds consistently yield better returns than junk. And, so it is with high-quality love, if you find yourself in a junk relationship, sell immediately. Junk is junk. Realistic expectations are everything. Just as you can't get rich overnight, you can't go from nowhere to having someone head over heels in love with you. Long-term investment pays off when you have a winner. The impatient day player may have a few good days but years of agony in the world of love. When you have a winner, stick with it. Whether in love or in the stock market, winners are to be prized.