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someone else on here (I cannot dare to take the credit) once succinctly put it thus:

our parents did well by NOT following their parents advice in avoiding debt. By boldly taking on debt, the gamble paid off for them.

They are now telling us to do the same. However, the lesson is not that we should take on debt and gamble, but that we should ignore our parent's advice and do the opposite.

Punk financial advice, and all the better for it!

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