The Daily Dose: Friday #Rewind

You went to bed dreaming of Janet Yellen's soft-looking white hair and how she may influence your long-only portfolio. No need to send me an email to confirm, I know this is what happened. Upon waking up in the morning, your first thought was on Warren Buffett's attempt to control our lives via the Exxon (XOM) holding disclosure. Great investment on the part of Mr. Buy-and-Hold Forever. With a forever investment time horizon, fossil fuels will likely run dry, and the value of Berkshire's holdings overseen by the Gates Foundation will be 10 times higher from when Warren died. Gruesome, but hey it's reality.

This humble servant of achieving personal goals, securing coffee, and analyzing markets wants to kindly remind you that zillions of other events occurred this week that are of high relevancy. Grab your notepad and enjoy the Friday #rewind....564 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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