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This video was recorded on March 2, 2022.
David Gardner: Every once in a blue moon or a new moon or an old moon or a borrowed moon, I queue up a hodgepodge of points that I want to share. They’re not really related to each other — a hodgepodge. As I’ve done before in the show, I call it “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue.” Each of the four main points fits well, even if I have to shoehorn them into that simple format. You probably know the expression, don’t you? It’s what brides traditionally are supposed to wear on their wedding day for good luck — something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. While I won’t be providing this, this podcast, you’re also supposed to have a silver sixpence in your shoes. Now, if you want to locate a dime or a quarter, and slip it in your shoe for this week’s podcast, I think you might have even better luck. Episode 5: Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue. Only on this week’s Rule Breaker Investing.
Welcome back to Rule Breaker Investing. A lot happening in the world this week. I think I might talk to that a little bit later. But in the midst of so much business, I thought, why not go back to one of my favorite formats? One of the 25 or so episodic series. In this case, old, new, borrowed, blue — one we have not done for about two years. I skipped it in 2021. Here we are the first week of March, and I thought, let’s go back to something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.
Something old for me is going to be typically something that we’ve already covered before. Something that I feel like you or at least I should know — one of these so-called eternal verities usually is something old. Indeed, I will be bringing you, right up front this week, something old that I hope still feels fresh and extremely relevant today.
Something new, well, that’s just that. Something borrowed, typically something that I’ve learned from somebody else or taken from something else somewhere else. Then something blue. Blue has many different meanings. It’s a powerful word, in addition to one of my favorite …….