Quotation by Sue Sanders

The more kites that are up, the more string they need, and when it runs out, the bigger the loss. ...no one ever got a balloon up quite as high or hit bottom as hard as I did. I figure the lessons I learned were worth the money. Wounds made by these gambles soon heal, and before long the boys are back, looking at the board again. ...it's just life, and we all join in the game one way of another.
Sue Sanders, U.S. oil producer. Our Common Herd, ch. 29 (1940).

On what she had learned about playing the stock market.
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