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but I'd prefer to only "take the plunge" and potentially lose my own money rather than his as well.
mphcoach wrote:Surely, you would only seek to risk the freindship if you felt that the risk was well manageable Kevin, wouldn;t you?
Otherwise, what kind of freind are you to them?
Chad McBain wrote:If you pitched your friend then maybe you need to be wary. But if he made his own decision without prodding or asking from you then so be it. Make sure they are aware of the risks and then proceed.
David Hurley wrote:A good test of friendship is what happens when the money goes down the drain.
Give your money to institutions you do not know or to friends you do know... which is better?
And if you lose a friend over an investment, you can thank the stars it was not your life you were trusting him with and be glad to be shot of one more fair-weather friend...
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