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My market value, like all things, will fade.
Trust me, I’m an expert.
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Always take the lump sum.
Our version of the truth
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The psychological literature confirms that people dread losses more than they look forward to gains, that they dwell on setbacks more than they savor good fortune, and that they are more stung by criticism than they are heartened by praise.