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Investing in what? Cars??? The rule for that is automobiles are the worst investments known to man. They are the only things that can loose value simply because they have been sold. You can buy a car and never take it off of the lot...just take the paperwork and register the vehicle in your name. Then try to sell the car to someone else. You will find that you have lost at least 10% of what you spent on the vehicle because it is now a "Used" vehicle...even though it has not moved.

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