One of the best investment lessons I ever learned was from my grandmother. She was not what anyone would call a sophisticated investor. An immigrant to this country in the late 19th century, she was a homemaker and raised a family, as women of that era were expected to do.

Yet, as I realized many years later, she was savvy about money.

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