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    “Give it a fake headline, and it’ll write the rest of the article, complete with fake quotations and statistics. Feed it the first line of a short story, and it’ll tell you what happens to your character next. It can even write fan fiction, given the right prompt.

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    Yes, a booming stock market is boosting inequality. Politicians could address this by raising taxes on both dividends and capital gains or by lifting the minimum wage. By focusing on only one form of how corporate profits are returned, though, they would distort capitalism, not fix it.

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    “In other words, humans are the one constant in the markets and human nature doesn’t change. But markets do change and which humans control the assets involved in the markets has changed considerably over time.

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    For me it’s been realizing that what makes people happy is having options – doing what you want, with who you want, when you want, where you want. And options come from savings and assets, which are the opposite of spending.

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    But I’m a firm believer in the idea that the longer you extend your time horizon, the better your chances are of having a positive experience in the markets. And my level of confidence is much higher for a diversified portfolio than any single asset class or strategy.