There are books, movies, and even dreams about climbing mountains like Everest -- in nature and in the stock market.
Edmund Hillary is known around the world as the first person to make it 29,035 feet to the top of Mt. Everest in 1953. Reaching the world’s highest peaks, in any industry, obviously makes for the best stories. But, what if it’s not true? Or, more importantly, what is a longer-lasting lesson?
“The secret of all victories lies in the organization of the nonobvious." -- Marcus Aureliusmore
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